Emma’s Kitchen has been pulling in the punters for a few years now and with the recent launch of their new Supper Club concept, the place is ready to keep climbing with new ideas.
A famed brunch spot in San Gwann, the eatery provides hungry customers with a wide array of cuisines, all made in-house with the same amount of love your mother would put into her ross il-forn.
After a very successful soft-launch of their new Sunday Brunch menu, Emma’s are planning a whole host of events for the rest of summer. Expect a totally new menu if you’re heading down this weekend. The menu will run every Sunday from 9am to 3pm, and will be the only menu customers can order from – so there’s no way you’ll miss breakfast this time around!
Joining the brunch party alongside some classic menu items, we have some brand new dishes to salivate over.
Meet your new favourite breakfast plate – it just screams “eat me!” Pulled Pork Benedict, anyone?
Staple items get a breath of new life with options like the Kannoli French Toast, which is to die for! A slightly new take on the classic French toast, stuffed with sweet ricotta, chocolate, fruit and nuts. Check out the scoop below:
Other highlights on the new menu include the Mushroom Rarebit, a mouthwatering marriage of cheese on toast with some seriously delicious fungi. If that doesn’t kick your appetite into gear, why not try the Soy Egg; accompanied with a nori mayo, wakame and furikake.
For the light eaters, there’s also the asparagus hollandaise. Warm, rich and gooey hollandaise sauce with crisp, fresh asparagus resting on top. All we can say is yum.
An Emma’s Kitchen staple, the hotcakes, see a revamp for Sunday Brunch.
Maple bacon, bacon dust (this is happening guys) with candied walnuts and vanilla bean ice cream. And, if you’re really feeling boujee you can always go with their smoked duck and side salad, topped with toasted nuts and dried cranberries.
Other menu items you can expect are timeless brunch classics, like the Salmon Royale. Try saying it – it just rolls off the tongue (and we bet it feels just as good, too). There’s a Breakfast Noodle for those looking to shake-up their wake-up meal. Heck, there’s even Breakfast Tacos for the hipsters among us.
Even the kids have plenty to choose from, so families can safely go ahead and make this their new weekend ritual.
Surprise the kids with all of their favourites, like an awesome gooey PB&J or Emma’s Kitchen’s own Homemade Cocoa Pops. Yes, please and thank you.
If the food is our Bonnie, the cocktails are Clyde.
If cucumber mojitos, espresso tonics or pomegranate spritzes don’t tickle your fancy, what about a blood orange cosmo? The drinks complement the menu and really do highlight the heart and soul which is poured, shaken, and perhaps stirred into the service. Emma’s Kitchen are turning their Sunday Brunches into a pure, unadulterated labour of love, and we hope they won’t be stopping any time soon.
There’s even an option for a bottomless brunch – a concept that’s been tearing through America over the past few years. We’re ready for the free-flowing Prosecco now…
PS: there’s a side option that we just can’t leave without mentioning…
Bacon. Miso. Roast. Potatoes.
If you do head down to Emma’s on Sunday, the menu may be a little different than the next time you visit. The team behind these awesome brunch combos continuously evolves and adapts with their customers, and that’s an integral part of what helps Emma’s Kitchen stand out as a trailblazer in Malta’s restaurant scene.
Sunday brunch just got a whole lot better, don’t you think? Emma’s Kitchen also runs quiz nights and private brunches, but you’ll have to give them a call and book those ahead of time. What are you waiting for?