On this looking-to-be-dreary day (rain this afternoon, blargh), here is something seriously worth looking forward to: Brunch at Mado.
The team at Mado have been serving their regular lunch menu during brunch hours more or less since the restaurant’s open, but it’s only in recent weeks that they’ve been really ramping up the weekend-morning-hangover-specific element of the menu — roasted chicken and potato hash with fried eggs, bostock brioche baked with almond cream and vanilla syrup served with raspberry compote, a house-smoked ham and cheddar panino with a fried egg — all at astonishingly el cheapo prices.
The menu’s ever-changing, depending on what sort of meats, veggies, fruits, and cheeses chef Rob Leavitt and team have on hand. BYO.
[Photo of Mado courtsey chicago mag]
Full brunch menu after the jump!
Sample Mado’s Brunch Menu
Roasted chicken and potato hash with fried eggs
shallot and gorgonzola omelet with arugula salad
Scrambled eggs on sourdough toast
Side of house-smoked ham or bacon
of roasted potatoes
Bostock brioche baked with almond cream and vanilla syrup served with raspberry compote
Freshly baked sourdough toast with house-made strawberry jam
Vanilla bean rice pudding with golden raisin sauce
Roasted Sweet Onion
Maple Roasted Bosc Pears with arugula and hazelnuts
Apple, Fennel And Frisee with cider vinaigrette
House- Smoked Ham And Cheddar Cheese Panino
add a fried egg
Roasted Chicken, Cheese And Grain Mustard Panino