There is a new actor on the brunch scene and this is what you can observe

Whoever came up with the concept of brunch deserves a raise. Seriously. Bringing together the best of both sweet and savory worlds, so you never have to make up your mind, brunch is arguably the best meal of the week. Not to mention the fact that it literally gives you an egg-scuse to sleep in late. You have to eat later if you only have 2 meals a day, duh!

So if you are a fan of brunch, you are going to be in for a treat! The Bro’Kin Yolk is now open in Edmonton, having opened not 1 but 3 waitlist locations in Calgary.

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But first, we had to ask the burning question. Why the name “The Bro’Kin Yolk”? And here’s the response we got from Jeff and Gil Carlos, founders of The Bro’Kin Yolk.

  • The Bro (s) – Yes you guessed it, Jeff and Gil Carlos are brothers, and they decided to combine over 20 years of experience in the restaurant industry to advance their own conception of a business. family.
  • Kin – The ultimate goal is for you (and your guests) to feel right at home. From customers and staff, to partners and suppliers, everyone is treated like family.
  • Egg yolk – The shining star on the menu. It also happens to be organic, omega 3 and free-breeding from Countryside Farms. It doesn’t get any more orange than that.

Now let’s dive into what you’ve been waiting for all this time. The menu! Bro’kin Yolk serves a Filipino-inspired breakfast and lunch menu, all provided by local businesses. They are serious about bringing the farm to your table.

Alongside the gourmet Bennies served on homemade Belgian waffles with a side of minced duck fat and the traditional farmhouse breakfast of 3 fresh farmed eggs, is Jeff & Gil’s favorite dish growing up!

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Bro’s Breakfast is served on a base of jasmine rice (we told you about their Filipino heritage right?) They also have dried bacon on site, giving you real Filipino flavors! We swear that’s what got us hooked at the start!

And if that isn’t enough for your appetite, you can purchase an extra serving of homemade bacon and special waffles to take out from the retail section! Add some warmth to these babies and you have a delicious meal, ready at home.

We highly recommend that you take a look at their extensive menu and get on their waiting list to guarantee you a table. Don’t blame us for not telling you the wait can be up to 3 hours during weekend rushes!

Now, should we leave you with another pun before we go? No? So, have an egg brunch!

Bro’Kin’s yellow

Or: 1641 102 St. NO, Edmonton, AB T6N 0B1

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