There is nothing I like better than a lazy Sunday enjoying that ultimate luxury of time and deliciousness – a Sunday Brunch. Some culinary stars at Walt Disney World had the same idea and there are now a handful of new Sunday Brunch options to choose from. Fulton’s Crab House started theirs last month and it includes a menu that you might find a bit surprising
Chef Mark Boor has created some delectable brunch dishes that combine your favorite dishes with a brunch sensibility.
Crab & Asparagus Benedict
2 poached eggs, jumbo lump crab,asparagus, grilled Nueske bacon slab, smoked trout roe, on toasted challah, lobster infused hollandaise sauce
Monte Cristo Sandwich
French toast, ham, Applewood bacon, egg, Swiss cheese, fresh berry compote, maple syrup
Corned Beef Hash
House smoked corned beef, red skin potatoes, caramelized onions, bell peppers, poached egg
New Orleans BBQ Shrimp
Crispy 5 minute egg, buttermilk biscuits, spicy black pepper butter sauce
Kobe Breakfast Burger
2 Kobe beef patties, fried egg, hash browns, candied bacon, cheddar cheese, sweet onion jam, shredded lettuce, tomato
The Sunday Brunch menu will be offered in addition to the regular lunch menu.
If you’re feeling frisky for a Sunday, you might enjoy one of the special beverages available as part of the brunch. There’s a Cucumber Moscow Mule (I’m starting see those everywhere which makes me very happy), a Mimosa (of course), an Acai Sparkler (Veev, pomegranate, cava juice), and a Bloody Mary to end all-the-brunches served with king crab, jumbo shrimp, and candied Neuske bacon. Oh my. I’m really excited to try a few of these special brunch beverages. The Bloody Mary will be mine very soon, I promise you.
But you’d better hurry over to enjoy it soon, as we covered earlier this month, Fulton’s Crab House will be closing in April for a six month refurbishment.
For additional information, please visit www.fultonscrabhouse.com or call 407.934.2628.