14+ Brunch Menu Designs and Examples – PSD, AI

Most people love brunches. Breakfast food are very tasteful that everyone looks forward to eating these meals. Since most people love to wake up late, they often merge their breakfast and lunch meals together. The merging of these meals are called brunch.

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Brunches are a good way to spend time alone– or to spend it with your friends and your family. If you’re planning to make your own version of a brunch, here how you should do it. You may also see sumptuous seafood menu examples.

1. Plan Your Menu

When it comes to brunch, your options are limitless and diverse: you can serve breakfast dishes, lunch dishes, or a combination of the two. Most brunches always have one egg dish and one heartier and heavier dish, plus a cocktail. You can finish off your menu with a fruit salad or pastries. You may also like examples of a food menu.

2. Make eggs be egg-celent

A brunch isn’t complete without eggs. Look for a really great, substantial egg dish that can be made the night before. Go for a baked egg dish that’s easily scooped into guests’ bowls, or if you’re real close friends — eaten communally. When deciding what egg dish to make, consider how much time you have to prepare and how much time you want to spend at the stove: Fritattas take a bit longer and require more ingredients than scrambled eggs, for example. Here some samples egg dishes that you can cook:

  • Strata and Fritatta
  • Omelet
  • Poached Egg
  • Scrambled Egg
  • Quiche

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3. Stay sweet with your treats

Everyone loves a stack of sweet treats in brunches. A sweet option is always welcome at a brunch fete. Here are some sample sweet treats that you can prepare:

  • Waffle
  • Pancake
  • French Toast
  • Crepe
  • Rise and Shine

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4. Fresh juice helps quench your throats

Squeeze fresh juice (orange, lemon, apple, pineapple, mango, or four seasons) to serve on its own or as part of a brunch cocktail with the help of this. Use a pitcher to serve guests nonalcoholic beverages, like fruit juices and ice water. You may also see dinner menu samples.

5. Everyone likes fresh baked goods

Bake some delicious baked goods to make your brunch more delightful. It’s also a good way of getting carbohydrates to make you energetic throughout the day. if you don’t have the time to bake, pay an early-morning visit to the bakery. Here are some awesome baked goods for your brunch party:

  • Chocolate Cake
  • Muffin
  • Scone
  • Quick Bread

If you don’t want to make French toast, make scones ahead of time (like, even two weeks ahead of time) and freeze. You guessed it — pop these in the oven the morning of. Biscuits work well too! You may also like cafe menu designs.

6. Pick a palette that suits on your theme of your brunch

Plan a brunch that’s also pleasing to the eyes that will look aesthetically pleasing: A well-integrated color palette will do the trick. Make sure to mix and match and that the colors are all pleasant to the eyes.

7. Set the Table

Whether your brunch is a sit-down, picnic style affair or a buffet, save time by setting the table a day before guests arrive. That will save you from the hassle of preparing things during the day of the brunch event. Plates, napkins, silverware, glasses, coffee mugs, juice and cocktail glasses must be included on the table already. You’ll save yourself time from looking for spare forks or knives that your guests will use in their meals. You may also check out pasta menu designs and examples.

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Tips on Being in a Brunch Restaurant

If you’re not planning on hosting a brunch for your friends but you fancy going to brunch restaurants, it may seem easier in your part since you save the time and energy to prepare for the meal. Your food will be served to you right away. That may seems cool, but don’t forget that you are not in your house anymore and you can’t just do anything you want to do in the restaurant. Out of politeness, here are some tips for you on what to do in a brunch restaurant:

1. Don’t order coffee

Brunch restaurants don’t really print out coffee menus for decoration or just to look fancy; they let you know the policy on coffee refills and coffee substitutions. Usually, they don’t specialize on coffee making so don’t expect a wide variety of frappuccino in their menu. They usually just offer plain types of coffee without any whipped cream. So if you’re expecting an elaborate coffee, don’t expect it. It’s best not to order any coffee at all to save yourself from disappointment.

2. Don’t go inside the restaurant before they’re open

When a restaurant says it opens for brunch at 10 a.m., it doesn’t not mean a second or a minute earlier than that. Be mindful that servers, bartenders, and the kitchen often need every last minute to set tables, brew coffee, and prepare food for their busy day ahead, and with you fussing over them when they’re not finished will have you death stares coming from all parties involved. You may also see examples of menu design.

3. Don’t order from the dinner menu

It’s no surprise that at every brunch service, there are always some customers who expect they can order from the dinner menu. Don’t be that person. Restaurant kitchens usually have to change staff through shifts and the staff who are shifted between brunch and dinner service, which means they’re not capable of cooking dinner food until dinner. Stick to what’s on the menu in front of you and try not to give your server a hard time. They already have their hands full from serving other customers.

4. Don’t make up your own menu

Don’t be the type of person who orders their own “plain toast and eggs” without bothering to check the simple menu first since this isn’t a diner. It might not seem like a big deal for customers, but for the staff special orders slow down the kitchen while the cooks are already trying to complete all the other food tickets. Plus, whatever you order likely won’t come out exactly the way you want it. And you’ll get disappointed and you’re likely to complain out loud which is not a pretty sight for everyone in the restaurant. Remember you’re not at home. So if you want to have your own brunch menu, eat at home.

7. Don’t make a scene when your ordered side dish has extra charge

There might be many restaurants who won’t charge for a side of avocado or coleslaw. But some restaurants will do charge you for it and you might be shocked that your bill is higher than what you assume so anytime you’re asking for a side of something and are unsure if you’ll be charged for it, talk to your server before you order. You may also see menu card samples.

8. Don’t tip less because it’s ‘only’ a brunch

Just because it is a restaurant that serves morning meals, not dinner doesn’t mean their value of the food is lesser than what you assume. People who are working in these restaurants are also busy and had to work hard under pressure so your tip helps loosen the burden for them a bit. Unless the restaurant has a simple policy not to give any tips, provide a sustainable tip for the servers.

9. Don’t stay too long inside the restaurant

You may be full after eating your meal or you’re in the middle of a gabfest with your friends, but don’t you remember that this is a restaurant not a coffee shop? Unless if the restaurant is not busy, you can extend a few hours to stay inside it but if you see that the place is packed and more customers are coming in, then it’s a subtle hint that you need to go after you’ve finished your meal and hang out someplace else where the place is not busy and there are only a few people staying in it. You may also like coffee menu examples.

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