Saturday Dinette5:46 PM
When they say 'yolk porn', you would typically think of a picture of a runny yolk. This, however, is the before shot - and it is such a tease. But we all know what happens next... ;)
I've been hearing great things about Saturday Dinette from a couple of foodie friends, so I had to go check it out for myself. Saturday Dinette is located on the east side of Toronto (where before, I would complain and not want to go), but since I live downtown now, I really had no excuse not to explore different parts of the Toronto.
They are open for brunch on Saturday and Sundays, and open for dinner from Wednesday to Saturday. I thought it was quite fitting to go to Saturday Dinette on a Saturday a couple weekends ago.
We started off with a french press of coffee to share between M and I. How cute are their cups?! After debating for a really long time on what to order because everything sounded amazing, we finally ordered this little spread....
What you don't really need to know (but fine, I'll tell you) is that while we were waiting for our main dishes, I was eyeing this marble table next to the window heh. And I'm so happy to say we were able to snag it for my photos.
And here is the long awaited yolk porn shot of Saturday Dinette's Shrooms on Toast. Mushroom stout ragu with wilted spinach topped with a fried egg and ricotta on a thick piece of toast... I am so happy with this decision. You have to eat a bit of each part of the meal together in one bite to get the full delicious experience I had!
M ordered the Trout Hash, which was a whole butter poached fillet with pickled egg, rosti, mustard seeds, and candied trout belly. She also ordered a side of the hash.
I had a little bite and it was good! M finished every little bit of it, so I am assuming it was delicious! We were both so surprised at how the dish came with a whole fillet. I definitely want to order this next time I come!
If you're ever on the east side, I would highly recommend stopping by for breakfast. Even if you aren't on the east side, I would say that it is well worth the trip.