The weather was warm early in January and it was nice to go down to the harbor and watch the skaters on ice and have brunch at Farmers Fishers Bakers.
The omelet was delicious. I ordered mine with spinach, cilantro, and onion. The chef who made it was enthusiastic and cordial. I never had stew chicken made with Bloody Mary. I decided to be creative and use the chicken and guacamole on top of the nachos. It was enjoyable.
The farmer’s meatballs were delicious. Topped with mozzarella cheese and in tomato sauce, this was an enjoyable part of the brunch. The honey pot fried chicken was okay but needed some seasonings. The meat was bland. Their rice-a-roni was a disappointment. I prefer the box!
The waiters came around with trays of light bites, cinnamon rolls, and biscuits. I didn’t get the chance to savor them. Once can only eat but so much. I did get a slice of pizza. I love their pizza and can’t pass up on it. It’s just that good.
I had a slice of lemon meringue pie and coconut cream cake. Both were delicious and mouthwatering.
Bitches Who Brunch rated the brunch a D for poor service and not-so-spectacular food. I give it a C. I had no problem with the service. The waitstaff behind the bar where I sat were pleasant. I came back to my seat with a cup of water waiting.
There needs to be more fruit at the table. The concept of the restaurant is to promote farm fresh food. I didn’t bother to try the bruleed pink grapefruit. One-half serving of grapefruit alone is sweet enough. And they should label the food they serve. The customer should know what they are getting and what is in their food.