It had been a few years since we last had the Sunday Brunch at "Tippe", but it did not disappoint. They have all of the standard brunch fare but they kick it up a notch. For breakfast have Belgian waffles, but offer multiple fruit toppings along with maple syrup and powdered sugar. (They also had French Toast) In addition to link sausage they had both crisp and limp bacon. They have eggs, but rather than just scrambled, they were in a light and fluffy veggie soufflé or as a made-to-order omelet. They also had a large selection of fresh fruit and typical breakfast breads. For lunch items they started with good sized shrimp cocktail and several salad offerings and clam chowder (sadly, the chowder was the weakest part of the meal). There were a few other vegetables to go with your choice of hand-carved prime rib (with au jus and/or horseradish) or hand-carved ham. To finish off they had a nice assortment of small dessert options from petit fours to little chocolate mousse.
But in addition to all the good food, the house itself is incredible. A mid-1800’s masterpiece. All around, this is still the best place in all of Michiana for a Sunday brunch.
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