Brunch Corner has two locations in Valencia, we’ve been to “Brunch Corner La Virgen” in Calle Conde de Almodóvar, 1
9 out of 10
We tried to eat at Brunch Corner several times, before managing to get hold of a table without having to wait in the queue. We concluded that the restaurant is featured heavily in tourist guides, the majority of customers seems to have been visitors rather than locals. There are usually people waiting to be seated, even during the winter season.
What’s on offer? The menu includes brunch and breakfast foods, a sort of hipstery assortment of dishes including bagels, lots of avocado and poached egg.
We had the “Healthy Brunch” and the “Eggs Benedict”.
Price for cafe con leche: € 1,80
The Brunch Corner is one of those places where they try to make art with the milk foam, which we kinda appreciate, you know? So we’d give plus points for that :)
Good: The waiters were very friendly and accomodating, once we were seated the service was quite fast. The selection is very varied, from smaller dishes to menus with different themes (all America, Mexican, Classic etc.), with Vegetarian and Vegan options.
Bad: Everything seems a bit overpriced and the food was a bit bland.
Ugly: Definitely the mushrooms, I mean have you ever seen a pretty mushroom? Maybe if they’re fresh and you encounter them in a forest presenting they’re dotted heads… but once cooked, all shrinkly and brownish? What I’m trying to say here, is that those ones were especially ugly, all cut up in square pieces and not very tasty.
Nothing really out of the ordinary here, all dishes are to the average taste and fulfilled expectations.
There’s no need for FOMO. The Brunch Corner is a nice place with a wide selection of foods and probably worth a try at least once, if you like breakfast foods but standing in line for half an hour did not seem worth it to us. You might just as well look for a nice traditional cafeteria and order an almuerzo popular for like a third of the price.