When you are seated in the dining area in the back, you'll notice all the wood and fun animal decorations. Its almost like...a farmhouse? No that doesn't seem to be the right way to describe it - best to check it out yourself!
|Wood, booths, animal decorations, and open kitchen in the dining area
Looking at the menu, The Breslin has lots of drink choices including original cocktails (which is always a plus for me in my book!) and beers. The food menu, however, is actually pretty limited. Its really meat centered and there is no safe dish - The Breslin is definitely for the adventurous (and carnivorous) eater!
|Cocktails and drinks
To start, dining compadre and I went with the Caramel Popcorn and the Scotch Egg. The Caramel Popcorn came in this cute bag with a "Hello my name is Caramel Popcorn" sticker. Sadly, the bag was very small. Even sadder, I thought the popcorn was meh (is it terrible that I prefer Cracker Jack and/or Poppycock?). Save your $5 and put that towards another drink.
|Fabulous fabulous fabulous Scotch Egg!
My seafood sausage (really? just one?? girl needs to eat...) was definitely an interesting eat. It was a white sausage with filling made from a puree/mousse of seafood. Wonderful flavor and definitely could tell it was seafood based. Sad that it was just one sausage though. Not only did it look kind of lonely on the plate, but I also had to eat super slow to maintain pace with dining compadre. Thank goodness for the crispy potatoes for me to munch on!
Piggy says eh...
16 West 29th St (btwn Broadway and 5th Ave)
Thanks for reading - Piggy KK