|Scotch and Sirloin|
A favorite past time of my friends and I is to attend a Sunday Brunch. If you’ve been following along on this blog for the past year, we’ve slowly been knocking brunches off the list. It’s been a tasty and certainly filling adventure for us.
Our next stop was at 5325 E Kellogg Dr which many of you know as Scotch and Sirloin. For the longest time it was one of the premier steakhouses in all of Wichita before many new ones started popping up. Up until a month or so ago, it has been ten years since I had last eaten a meal there. On my last visit I was pleasantly surprised at how good their ribeye was. That’s also when I found out about their Sunday Brunch. (I capitalize Sunday Brunch because that’s an important part of my life like my Mom or my Dad or my Cell Phone.)
In my circle of friends, many did not know there was a Sunday Brunch there so being the good friend that I am, I took one for the team and tried it out with another friend.
For starters, their Sunday Brunch is $16.95.
For their menu items, here’s a snapshot at what you get for that price.
My friend and I had multiple plates sampling all sorts of different items that were offered on the stations. To be honest, there were more hits than misses from the offerings. The salmon, turkey and chicken were all dry.
Most of the basic breakfast staples weren’t too bad though such as the waffles, biscuits and gravy, hashbrowns, eggs, etc. But the key difference is it wasn’t anything overly special.
While not pictured above, the prime rib was tender and flavorful. The gentleman cutting the meat offered each person a choice of how rare they wanted theirs which is nice because some places just give you what they have.
Our general opinion of the Scotch and Sirloin Sunday Brunch Buffet was decent but nothing stood out to make one want to go out of their way for.
So what does that mean? It means I have a lot of other Sunday Brunches in Wichita to try out. Poor me.