Thursday, September 06, 2018

And I said, "What about breakfast at Huber's Butchery?"

Huber's Bistro, cappucino

We haven't been to Huber's in quite a while. So how about getting....breakfast before butchery? Haha. The menu's changed a little and the deli no longer seem to have the mushroom ham that I liked. But it seems that they have introduced haggis into their small breakfast selection.

Huber's Bistro, potato ham soup

That's their potato and ham soup. There were a lot more cubed ham and potatoes that it looked. With a few twists of black pepper, this was surprisingly tasty.

Huber's Bistro, haggis

That's the haggis which I wanted. The last time I had it was eleven years ago. From what I know, none have had the courage or foolhardiness to introduce them into their menu until now. These lamb parts that went into them according to Huber's were heart and fats. Along with stuff like oats, lamb stock, salt, onion and a bunch of spices. The haggis was sourced from Macsween, not made in house like what they do for many of the food in the bistro.

I liked it. The offal-ly flavours were delicious. But it was just two measly slices with a poached egg and a bit of bacon for 18 bucks.  Pret-ty expensive if you asked me.

Huber's Bistro, onglet

There's onglet on the menu too. They had salted it lightly so with a generous sprinkle more, it was quite tasty. Not Le Bistrot du Sommelier kind of tasty but also not as hard on the wallet as well.

Huber's Bistro

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