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June 20, 2013 / Food Follower

Le Moulin à Café: My Pick for Brunch in NYC

I am a big brunch fan, I truly am. But when I’m home, I like making it myself whether it be pancakes, an omelette, or whatever I’m in the mood for. So when my friends ask me to go to brunch with them in NYC, I am always at a loss. For some reason, it takes me a good while to think of a place to eat, and it still surprises me every time.

But one place that I can count on for brunch is le Moulin à Café – a cute little café in Yorkville. Everything I’ve ordered from there has been good, and I really like their brunch menu! One relief – they only have savory main courses on their menu, so I never need to face my usual brunch dilemma: savory versus sweet. Really, this is such a relief for someone who is so indecisive when it comes to ordering.

I ate a buckwheat crepe with chicken, spinach, and cheese. The buckwheat added great texture and a nutty flavor to the crepe (and it’s healthy too, the trifecta I guess?) For dessert, I opted for a chocolate croissant. The flakey pastry was calling out to me. I just couldn’t resist.

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