When these pancakes arrived at our table, we had a moment of silence. It looked stunning! The pancakes were fluffy on the inside with a nice firm texture on the outside - even when the whipped cream and blueberry compote had been sitting there for a while! I assumed the pancake will be soggy. The sauce wasn't overly sweet and we enjoyed each mouthful without that sweet, sickening feel. Matt licked his plate clean!
The baked egg can be found on their special menu and I'm so glad I ordered it! Some people my find the size of the pan quite small but for me, it's the perfect size. The eggs were overcooked but the flavour of the vegetable ragout was delicious - the subtle sourness from the tomato sauce, saltiness from the bacon and mushy texture from the spinach worked so well together. I loved the crunchy toast on the side. This dish is not something you'd be soaking your leftover toast because of the small pan. The ingredients soaked up most of the sauce - so each bite was flavorful.
Posto No. 19 uses Deluca coffee beans and for this cup, the beans were quite young which gave a subtle sweetness with little bitter taste. Everything was quite smooth and easy to drink.
Snapshots of Food dined as guests of Ompty Media and Posto No. 19