I was lucky enough to go to Seven Lamps for brunch as well as dinner. Brunch was my first introduction to Seven Lamps and I was absolutely enthralled after that. On this particular day I wasn’t in the mood for that sweet type of breakfast you know? I opted for a crab omelet with an order of grits instead. The rest of our party ordered omelets as well and we got a side of cottage fries for the table (more about those in a bit).
That was the day my husband decided to order the French Toast, not just any French Toast, THE French Toast. I am so incredibly grateful for this moment because it absolutely, positively, blew my mind. This toast made it to my top 3 “most loved breakfast items.” The toast was 2 mammoth pieces of piping hot Brioche bread that were so delightfully tender, fluffy, and sweet all at the same time; it brought new meaning to the phrase “melt in your mouth. WOW!!!
Ok so back to the fries. Now I’ve had a lot of experience with cottage fries. In fact, I used to eat them almost every single Friday during my eighth-grade year in middle school. These sliced potato fries were cooked to perfection and seasoned perfectly.
When I had the chance to visit for dinner I was sure to fill myself up with plenty of house made pasta. The Mezzaluna was to.die.for! I was not expecting the mixture of unsuspecting ingredients to come together in the way they did (peep the caption below)*
I also tried the Idaho Potato Gnocchi which if I'm honest, I'm totally biased towards because I love me some fresh Gnocchi.
Lastly, I washed everything down with one of their Housemade Jerk Sodas-Ginger Beer and a delicious Olive oil cake. I'll love you forever, Seven Lamps.