Domku is a great place for brunch. The room is cheerful and bright, and although it was packed when we arrived, it was quiet enough for conversation. The menu is quirky but it offered enough choices to suit all of us, including the gluten-free and vegan members of the family.
It took a while for the food to come, which was fine with us, since we wanted to relax and chat. Some very delicious doughnut balls and a salad helped take the edge off while we waited. The servings were small but appropriately priced.
When our main dishes arrived they were hot off the stove, not damp and greasy the way food gets when it's been sitting under a heat lamp. It was definitely worth the wait. My pytti panna was a delicious nest of crispy potatoes and carrots topped with bits of salmon and a perfectly poached egg. But husband had a bowl of creamy grits topped with perfectly-toasted cheese. Clearly, the kitchen values execution over speed, so Domku may not be the best choice if you're in a hurry. But it's the perfect palace to linger on a Sunday morning (and maybe a little into the afternoon).
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