Imagine if you could have all the convenience of a tasty breakfast with the service and upscale offerings of an afternoon lunch out in the city. Sounds like a dream come true, right? Well, at Pascalou, the perfect meal to suit your adventurous needs may be their new brunch menu.
It's not exactly breakfast, and it's not quite lunch, but it's the perfect combination of a delicious meal catered to the hard working citizens of New York City.
For a delicate, appetizing start, you can start off with a your choice of salad. The new brunch menu features salads like the Italian Vegetable Salad with tomato, mozzarella, avocado, roasted red pepper, asparagus, basil and garlic bread. Yet, if you're in the mood for a traditional salad with a unique twist, you can try the Caesar with Scottish Smoked Salmon, toasted pecans, apples and croutons.
The new brunch menu also features two meatlover sandwiches. The Croque Junior is a boneless BBQ short rib sandwich on toasted 7 grain with horseradish sour cream, mustard and onions. The second sandwich, Croque Monsieur, is also equally delicious with grilled Black Forest ham and Swiss cheese with béchamel on toasted brioche and mixed field greens.
Pascalou also offers two pasta dishes for your second course, including the Capellini and Linguine Pomodoro, and the Risotto Primavera.
For your entree, there are a variety of new specialties that the menu offers with the Thai Vegetable Wok sautéed vegetables with peanuts, cilantro, mint, and cucumbers served with basmati rice for $16.95. You may also want to dazzle your taste buds with a brunch delight like the Malaysian Shrimp, served with red curry shrimp dish served with peanuts for $18.95.
Pascalou also offers a variety of options for weekend prix fixe brunch on Saturdays and Sundays with Grand Marnier French Toast, Blueberry Pancakes, Eggs Benedict, and a number of specialty omelets like the Ratatouille Egg Whites, Smoked Salmon and Crabmeat Omelets served with your choice of beverage and dessert.
Brunch is served Monday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., so stop by Pascalou to eat something new.