Brunch – Grillfish

Grill FishI received a call from one of my regular dining companions exclaiming that his date had cancelled their brunch date, and he asked if I was available to take her vacant spot – no brainer here, and I agreed without hesitation.  Our brunch took place at Grillfish, Washington, DC, a seafood restaurant located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood packed with million-dollar houses and quite a number of hotels catering to the hordes of tourist visiting the city.  I had not been to this location for nearly a year since my last visit on a date, but I recalled having a more than decent meal there with its variety of fishes and preparation styles that a customer can customize according to his or her wants.  This blog is not going to be the usual, a critique, but more a photo gastronomic journey on a Winter’s day since I was taking advantage of the even daylight (usually I’m reviewing in the night) that streamed in by our table.

Brut, Pineapple and Passion Fruit Juices

Freixenet Brut Blanc de Blancs with Pineapple and Passion Fruit Juices.

Local Oysters

A dozen Local Oysters.

Crabcake Eggs Benedict and Swisschard

Crabcake and Egg Hollandaise with Garlic Sautéed Swiss chard.

Fish Tacos and Eggs

Fish Tacos and Eggs with Creamy Marinara Sauce.

Caramel Cheescake Brulée

Caramel Cheesecake Brulée.

Simple verdict: well-executed dishes with balanced flavors with the fresh ingredients.  This was worth the coupon that my friend had, which would have been $90 for two. Thanks, buddy!

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6 thoughts on “Brunch – Grillfish

    1. Thanks Alicyn. That’s why I took my camera this time but decided to make it a photo blog, rather than a food review. Check out my blog on Calais, France. I had similar light conditions.

  1. You’re welcome! I just loved the Oysters….hehehehehehe! Great gastronomic journey…..I enjoyed it again…Thanks Buddy!


  2. Yummy, at least from the photos. The crabcake eggs and tacos and eggs look real good.
    Great photography!.

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