Sunday Brunch was a lovely experience overall. Menu was limited, but thoughtfully put together. For appetizers, the fresh tomato and mozzarella with basil pesto was refreshing, served with white bean salad on bed of fresh spinach leaves. Clam chowder was quite good. The cheese plate was a little disappointing with only a blue and two soft cheeses, served with crackers and some whole grain mustard. Could have been improved with a nice cheddar (rather than a second soft cheese), and perhaps fresh apple or grapes. For the entree, the goat cheese omelet was delightful, cooked just until perfectly set and served hot, the breakfast potatoes made with baby potatoes, roasted red peppers and onions were delicious. The salmon with roast fingerling potatoes and onion garnish was cooked perfectly. The french toast plate with eggs proved a very generous serving, and delicious. Dessert selections were varied, but we all had to have the french chocolate mousse cake, which did not disappoint. Please note: certain beverages are not included in the brunch pricing: mimosa and bloody mary are $6, "bottomless mimosa" are $12, Cappuccino are $8. Restaurant is laid out to take full advantage of the river view, which was spectacular. Live jazz in the lounge. Wait staff was attentive but not overly so, we enjoyed a leisurely brunch and did not feel rushed. A very pleasant afternoon, and we will come again to this hidden gem. Don't let the Seymour address put you off; easy access from Trumbull, Monroe, Shelton, Ansonia, and Derby.
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