Supercore, Williamsburg

It warmed up a bit yesterday, but was overcast and dreary. Sigh, that’s still a nice change from the frigid weather we experienced earlier in week. We headed to Williamsburg for Will’s birthday brunch at Supercore. Hello Brooklyn, I haven’t seen you in a while!Supercore, BrooklynSomeone mentioned that Supercore was well established before Williamsburg became the trendy neighborhood that it is today. Loved the overall vibe. There was a sprig of rosemary attached to a vent, and it filled the dining area with a lovely smell. The $20 brunch special with unlimited drinks was pretty awesome. You can choose from sake bloody marys, sake mimosas, and beer with ginger and honey. The bloody marys are served in mason jars and garnished with lemon, lime, celery, and olives.

I ordered the Classic American Plate with poached eggs. The spinach and potatoes were delicious. Beautifully seasoned. We all know my love affair with poached eggs… Supercore - Classic American PlateJohn’s French Toast with fresh fruit looked fantastic. I did not expect the French toast to be stacked up the way it was. The smell was wonderful. Supercore - French ToastThey also had a spinach and goat cheese omelets and a Japanese vegetable curry, but Supercore’s specialty is the bento box. This is the Bento Miso-ni with salmon. My entree was great, but I kinda wish I ordered a bento instead! Supercore - Bento Miso-NiWhen we asked for the check, our waiter brought out some cake for the birthday boy instead! Chocolate cake with fresh strawberries and cream. Yum!

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    Delicious Peace of Mind

    I love bento boxes, they are so handy and the food in them looks so delicious. And that French toast… OMG, I feel like a Homer Simpson drooling over it :-D

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      Haha, we all have our Homer Simpson moments every once in a while! ;)

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