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Adesso Bistro: Brunch in the West End

Foodology September 12, 2015 Brunch, Robson Street/West End, Three Beakers, WestCoast

Adesso-outer

Adesso Bistro is hidden in a residential neighbourhood in the West End. I’ve been searching for new places for brunch and this popped up as one of the suggestions on Zomato. Since I’ve never been, I thought it would be a good chance to have brunch and hang out with a friend. We love brunch, so we do love to explore.

Adesso-inner

The interior is nice and intimate, which is good for a dinner setting. As the building is older, we could really smell the age of the building. The smell reminded me of a museum.

Adesso-patio

They also have a patio, which is pretty awesome. Since it was cold in the morning, we stayed inside.

Adesso-omelette

Strata ($14) is a brunch dish, similar to a quiche or frittata. It is oven baked in a hot skillet. There is pancetta, eggs, oyster mushrooms, and fontina cheese. There is a cherry tomato and arugula salad with a light dressing.

It sounded like a cool dish when the waiter described it, but it fell kinda flat.

Adesso-trout-benny

Trota Hollandaise Benedict ($18) has house smoked trout , poached eggs, roasted tomato, chives, hollandaise, and spring onions. They also serve it with a tomato and arugula salad with light dressing.

Adesso-yolk

The poached egg was made to a perfect medium. I liked the use of focaccia bread instead of the typical english muffin. It gives it a nice texture and it soaks up the hollandaise and yolk a bit more.

Adesso-salad

Overall, the brunch was good if you have the bennys but it is a bit pricey.

We Rate Adesso Bistro:

Address:
1906 Haro Street, Vancouver

Website:
http://www.adessobistro.net/

Adesso Bistro Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.