Sometimes there are those Sundays you wake up and just want to grub. That is why I’m so thankful there are Sunday Brunch Buffets.
For our visit to our ninth different brunch buffet, our travels brought us to Taste and See!
Taste and See is located at 255 North Washington Avenue. The Sunday “Global Sunday Brunch”, as they call it, is available from 10am – 2pm.
The cost is $20 for the buffet. I know many of you readers love discounts so when I called and asked on pricing, the gentleman said they offer an early bird discount if you go before 11am which makes it $16. If you bring in a church bulletin for that day, the cost of the buffet is only $12!
Their Global Sunday Brunch Buffet has a very unique assortment of different items. One lady said it was similar to what Piccadilly offered. Here’s a snapshot of everything that was available on their brunch line this past weekend:
Everybody in our group of five tried nearly everything they had to offer on their line. We all went through at least twice just picking out small portions of what we saw we may like. Then we went back a second round to make sure we ate enough to satisfy our Sunday morning appetites.
A quick look of some of the plates we made:
One of the very first items everybody gravitated to and loved was the Spicy Shrimp Salad. It was similar to in a way to bang bang shrimp at Bonefish Grill but not so heavy on the sauce; it was light in a great way. Everyone who tried it just loved it.
The bacon on a stick was great presentation but made for some work to eat it. We are the type of people who love to pick up bacon with our hands, caveman style, and eat away. They had some pork dish along with some riblets that were also tremendous.
For the most part, everyone loved a huge majority of the offerings available at Taste and See’s buffet line. As in other Sunday Brunch Buffets we have reviewed, we love a mix of your basic brunch staples along with other creative options which Taste and See really nailed down.
This was one of my favorite ones I’ve gone to out of the previous nine stops.
The biggest knock we would say about Taste and See were the size of the cups. We were really thirsty and the cups were probably the size of a small candle holder. A couple big gulps and your drink was all gone! But if that’s the biggest knock on a restaurant, then that’s not really a deal breaker.
With that said, the food was all really high quality, the service was just excellent, the Chef (not Jason Febres that day) walked around table to table and carried good conversations just asking for feedback and thanked everyone for coming which I always love at restaurants.
Taste and See gets our seal of approval for Sunday Brunch Buffets. I have yet to ever go there for their dinner, so I may have to move that up to the top of my list to try next.
………..Don’t forget your Church Bulletin!
To see our other Sunday Brunch Buffet reviews, head here.
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