Saturday, November 24, 2012

Masa Woburn

Stopped by for their Fiesta Brunch to give it another chance, hopefully they will have someone in the kitchen that can actually poach an egg! I had bad luck with that before and I'm really surprised that a restaurant of this caliber has cooks that can't even poach an egg.



The interior is very nice, high tops in the bar area near the big windows makes it a very well lighted place and look at that nice copper clad bar.


The two course Fiesta Brunch starts with fresh fruit nicely presented with a light dusting of confectionery sugar.



I can happily report that the poached eggs were almost perfect! The homefries on the other hand was a bit overcooked and dry. Not a bad meal in a very nice restaurant and it set me back a whopping $7.95 before tax and tip and that includes linen napkin and coffee.

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