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Jean Georges-Breakfast?

guttergourmet Jan 31, 2008 03:19 AM

Give me one worthy dish to order. I have a lunch at James Beard House after so not too heavy.

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  1. dkstar1 RE: guttergourmet Jan 31, 2008 06:12 AM

    the eggs are heavenly. the french toast is equally delicious. you truly cannot order poorly for breakfast at Jean Georges.

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      Skillet Licker RE: dkstar1 Jan 31, 2008 04:12 PM

      According to their website, Jean Georges does not offer breakfast.

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        guttergourmet RE: Skillet Licker Jan 31, 2008 05:03 PM

        I meant Nougatine.

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        guttergourmet RE: dkstar1 Jan 31, 2008 05:05 PM

        dkstar1-But eggs are eggs, no? Unless they are sous vide cooked eggs covered in caviar...but I think that's only on the lunch menu.

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          scoopG RE: guttergourmet Jan 31, 2008 05:32 PM

          According to his menus on his website - only The Chambers and The Mercer serve breakfast. Brunch at JoJo's and The Mercer. Did not see much in the way of eggs or French Toast on any of his menus. Not sure how old these menus are...

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            dkstar1 RE: guttergourmet Feb 1, 2008 06:23 AM

            True - eggs are eggs. And don't get me wrong, I appreciate the typical diner eggs over easy with rye toast as much as the next guy, but the scrambled eggs here, topped with caviar, are really, really good. I've enjoyed the three breakfasts I've had there immensely. True - its all just breakfast food - but cooked perfectly.

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          jasmurph RE: guttergourmet Feb 1, 2008 05:04 AM

          I'm a really big fan of Jean-Georges, but I've got to say that the breakfast at Nougatine is not worth it. I've been a couple of times, and while everything is good, it's fairly pricey. There's nothing exciting about it at all--eggs, french toast, pancakes made well, but there are some diners that make these things well too and at least half the cost.

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            guttergourmet RE: jasmurph Feb 2, 2008 01:19 PM

            I agree-nothing remarkable but the eggs benedict with Virginia ham was perfect, the apple pork sausage were also tasty and the "home fries" were spread out in a perfect circle and definitely tasted of truffles.

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