May 29, 2007 3

Egg (Brooklyn)

By in 03: NYC

DSC03710.jpgCompare to Manhattan, Brooklyn is so chilled. Well at least in hipster enclave Williamsburg. We were looking for breakfast place…didn’t feel like going into those few bagel shops and vegan cafes. When I saw the sign EGG, I knew this would be a promising breakfast spot.

Eggs Rothko Easy-cooked egg in brioche, topped with Grafton cheddar, with Broiled tomatoes and vegetables. Smell so rich and deep cheese flavor~ So satisfied.

Homemade Sorghum Granola: granola with Ronnybrook yogurt and Milk, pretty good though can’t beat this.

Homemade Sausage. The French cafe next door is quite a spectacle too (beautiful chic roof top dining area). Can’t stress enough how chill and relax this whole neighorhood is, I feel like I moved in 4x speed than everyone else. I feel more at ease when I cross back over to Manhattan…^^:;

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3 Responses to “Egg (Brooklyn)”

  1. seat says:

    Brooklyn! Feels so familiar with it from watching American TV/movies even though I have never been…(or maybe I have 2 decades ago just that I don’t remember…)
    Other than being “chilled”, how does the city feel?

  2. Jessica says:

    I have been meaning to try out Egg, but haven’t gotten there yet. Roebling Tea room has a great brunch as well and also don’t rule out Fada on Driggs, which is more french base.

  3. Freda says:

    Thanks Jessica~ I almost went to Fada but Egg wins by the name. ^^;;

    Seat can’t say I see much of Brooklyn, I only hang out at those 10 blocks of street known as Williamsburg, which is more residential other than a few boutiques and bars. From my brief observation, it’s a great place to live as local, cheaper rent than Manhattan, chill out at cafe by night and go to underground warehouse hipster parties at night. My friend said Parkslope is better (for visitor I guess). I saw couple European tourists wandering aimlessly dunno what to do. ^^;; Unlike Manhattan, Brooklyn is a place you need a local friend to take you places to know what to do where to go. Like someone once told me about this awesome pizza place somewhere in Brooklyn.