Raglan Road's Rollicking Raglan Brunch at Downtown Disney

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  1. Wendy

    Wendy A hui hou kakou Makuakane Staff Member Administrator

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    Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but brunch wins for most enjoyable! This month see's the official launch of the new Rollicking Raglan Brunch at Raglan Road created by Master Chef Kevin Dundon who is an award - winning Irish celebrity chef, television personality and chef partner of Raglan Road.

    Kevin has imparted his fresh ingredients philosophy to our menu creating some exciting new sweet and savory choices that will make your mouth water.


    Only the finest suppliers are used ensuring that only great tasting; best quality dishes are served to guests. The delicious Brunch menu includes a traditional Full Irish Breakfast with all the trimmings, Smoked Salmon Omelette, Eggs Benedict, Oatmeal, Homemade Pancakes with creme fraiche and much more.


    The Sunday Brunch also features live Irish music and dance from 12.00pm - 4.00pm. What better way is there to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon than indulging in a lavish brunch, sipping on a delicious refreshing signature cocktail while enjoying a lively performance from our award winning Irish Dancers.


    The brunch menu has something for everyone:

    Oat Meal - Steel cut oats with apple sauce and brown sugar

    Parfait – Yoghurt, granola and almond parfait with berry compote

    Pancakes Diaspora - Homemade pancakes with creme fraiche, maple syrup and mixed berry compote

    Smoked Salmon Omelette – Omelette with smoked salmon, tomatoes and chives with roasties

    Full Irish – Full Irish breakfast with sausage, black and white pudding, bacon, roasted tomato, mushrooms and fired eggs with roasties

    Kevin's Ham Schnitzel - Breaded pan seared ham schnitzel with a fried egg and chips

    Gammon 'N' Egg – Slice of gammon ham with a fried egg on a toasted buttered bun

    Eggs En Cocotte - Farm fresh eggs baked with spinach, mushrooms and Dubliner cheddar cheese served with toast soldiers

    Eggs Benedict – Two soft poached eggs on a toasted English muffin with prosciutto smothered in hollandaise sauce and served with roasties

    Roast of the Day – Raglan Sunday Roast with potato roasties and veggies.
     

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    robertcraig Well-Known Member

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    Must visit this year especially must try IRISH breakfast especially the FIRED EGGS I guess it is a spelling mistake
     
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    Wendy A hui hou kakou Makuakane Staff Member Administrator

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    I never noticed that Robert :lol:

    I've checked their menu and it definitely says fired eggs ao who knows :unsure: :D
     
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    love finding mistakes and sometimes they can be very funny especially when it is a trandilation from another language left the spelling of translation in as that is what my KINDLE FIRE Put in
     
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    I'll have the full Irish! :-D

    Ummmm...what is a toast soldier, please? :unsure:
     
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    whenwhen we have boiled EGGS we have toasted soldiers which are strips toasted bread which we dip into the runny yoke of the egg
     
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    I caught that Fired Eggs immediately and had to read it again to make sure I read it right. Wonder what a Fired Egg is? LOL

    The full Irish sounds wonderful. May have to check this out soon.
     
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    Wendy A hui hou kakou Makuakane Staff Member Administrator

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    You can try it out in February John and let us know what "fired eggs" look and taste like :lol:
     

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