Monday, July 16, 2012

Saturday Brunch at Westville

Westville is a cozy restaurant with 3 locations in the city. The restaurant serves fresh, simple American food.

After reading reviews on Westville being a small place, my friend and I decided to meet up at 11:30am last Saturday. There were already quite a few people when we arrived, but we didn't have to wait at all.


Greek Salad, $10: Salad over grilled bread with melted herb goat cheese, olives, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, red onions, feta cheese. So fresh! There wasn't a lot of dressing, but there were enough flavors to compensate for that.



Poached eggs special, $13: eggs benedict with cooked salmon, avocado, asparagus on Portuguese muffin. This could easily become my go-to brunch meal. Such a great combination of healthy foods! The Portuguese muffin has the texture of a pancake, but is salty instead of sweet. It was definitely a tastier option than the usual English muffin!


Rhubarb Pie (seasonal special), $7: Rhubarb pie with vanilla ice cream. My friend and I both have very strong loves for sweet things, so dessert was a given. This pie arrived warm and had the best crust ever. It had just the right amount of chewiness. The tart flavors were a great balance for the sweet ice cream too. 


Pros:
  • Reasonable prices
  • Cozy ambiance
  • 3 locations in the city
  • Decent food
  • Great dessert options (seasonal fruit cobblers, souffles, cookies, and pies)
  • There are 2 or 3 delivery guys waiting outside the restaurant so I'm assuming they are quick with sending out orders.
Cons:
  • No reservations
Address:
210 West 10th Street (between Bleecker & West 4th St)
New York, NY 10014
Phone number: (212)741-7971




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