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The first Bonefish Grill was opened in October of 2000 and since then the founders, fueled by their love for fish and adventure have opened restaurants across the Southeast and Northeastern coast. We recently visited a local Bonefish Grill to try out their Sunday Brunch Menu and we really enjoyed it. The Sunday Brunch Menu at Bonefish Grill contains a wide variety of items from Omelets, to Eggs Benedict, Chilean Sea Bass to a Kobe Beef Burger.
I ordered the Kobe Beef Burger with fries. The Kobe Beef was cooked just the way I like it and the burger was very rich and moist. The toasted Brioche bun had just the right amount of crunch to pair well with the burger and the Sharp Cheddar Cheese gave it that extra kick. My husband ordered the Fish & Chips which came with three large pieces of fish fried to perfection in a light and airy tempura batter. The house made Tartar Sauce was perfect with the fish.
My oldest daughter ordered the Caesar Salad with Grilled Chicken. As you can see in the picture, the portion size was huge. Lots of chicken with a nice house made Caesar dressing, she really enjoyed it. My youngest daughter ordered the classic Eggs, Bacon & Toast. The eggs were light and fluffy and she loved the Applewood Smoked Bacon. My son ordered the Kids Fish & Chips which includes the same Tempura battered fillets that my husband ordered, just in a smaller portion.
If you have not visited Bonefish Grill for their Sunday Brunch, I encourage you to do so. There are some very nice items plus prices and the crowd are a lot more manageable for lunch than for dinner which makes me happy. Find a Bonefish Grill near you here and be sure to check them out on facebook, twitter, YouTube and Pinterest.
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