A few weeks ago Chad and I had the pleasure to experience the new Bonefish Grill bar bites menu and we loved it. We’ve always loved the food at Bonefish so on a Sunday afternoon we were craving some good food and we headed over to BFG (Bonefish Grill). As we were being seated, we were handed brunch menus. We had no idea they even served brunch, did you? We were both craving lunch so we decided to return the following weekend and try some of the breakfast brunch items.
The first visit I wanted to try the Cold Snap Fish Ceviche. The Bonefish version had scallops, shrimp, fresh fish, vegetables, avocado, cucumber, jalapeño and cilantro served in a glass made of ice. On the side came warm tortilla chips which was perfect for dipping into the ceviche. I loved it but Chad is not a fan of anything ceviche.
I was craving the Lobster Grilled Cheese, though not on the brunch menu, the kitchen was more than happy to make it for me. The bread was perfectly crisp and there was a nice balance of cheese and lobster chunks.
Served with my sandwich was also a cup of the Lobster Bisque. It was exceptional.
Chad had the Blackened Baja Street Tacos with mahi. The fish was served with a mango salsa and lime crema on three grilled taco tortillas. The mahi wasn’t too spicy and matched perfectly with the sweet mango.
We also ordered Key Lime Pie for dessert. It was a nice presentation and it was delicious though nothing over the top special.
On our next visit we decided to try the more traditional breakfast dishes. Chad tried the Crème Brulee French Toast which looked fabulous. The bread was thick and golden brown with a side of whipped cream, fresh mint and strawberries. He loved it.
I went for the Bang Bang Shrimp Eggs Benedict. It was such an interesting twist to the usual ham and eggs on an English muffin. The shrimp were huge and plump- it was so good.
And the Hasbrown Casserole is to die for. Wow.
We absolutely loved the brunch menu. We went to two different locations and the first offered anything off the dinner or lunch menu as well as the brunch menu (the Lobster Grilled Cheese). The second location only allowed us to order from the small selection of brunch offerings. However, for $20 Bonefish also offers unlimited mimosas, bellinis or blackberry sangrias with an included brunch entrée. Brunch is only offered on Sundays but it is certainly a place we would go to with friends or family. Only because of the discrepancies between the two locations I offer up a hefty 4 out of 5 sprouts.