Friday, 11 October 2013

Madame Sousou

Bonjour my lovely readers! After a stroll around the Fitzroy Market, we thought we would enjoy some brunch at Madame Sousou. The breakfast menu is a great way to experience this sophisticated French bistro for a lower price. Then again, the dinner menu has a very tempting selection too... Well, to solve this conundrum perhaps try both menus...

 
We had a couple of luscious lattes ($3.50) to start with whilst we studied the menu. Some delightful dishes from their breakfast menu include Sweetcorn and zucchini fritters with smoked salmon, avocado salsa, and horseradish crème ($18.00) and French crêpes with lemon curd and fresh raspberries ($16.00). I felt like some hollandaise so I chose the ‘œufs Van Dieman’ - poached eggs on an English muffin with Tasmanian smoked salmon and tarragon hollandaise sauce ($16.00). Although a simple dish, it was executed to perfection. The tarragon hollandaise was brilliant and even the muffin was beautifully toasted. It really showed that they put that little bit extra of love and care into their food.

œufs Van Dieman
 
My friend was keen to have some brioche so picked the Croque Madame Sousou - toasted brioche with ham, cheese and a fried egg ($15.00). This was also flawless and very scrumptious.

Croque Madame Sousou

The service was lovely and efficient and they habitually replenished our glasses of water. So if you fancy a trip to Paris without the hefty airfare, Madame Sousou ‘can-can’ provide a delicious alternative...

Address: 231 Brunswick St, Fitzroy, VIC
 
Phone: 03 9417 0400
 

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