After three races, and a particularly gruelling half-marathon, we were looking for a place where we could EAT ALL THE FOOD. We took to Twitter to get some suggestions from locals, and Britt’s got a few mentions. It was two blocks from our hotel in uptown Saint John, so we walked over to check their menu.
The first item we saw on the breakfast line-up was huevos rancheros, and that settled it, in we went. Why? Let me list the standard ingredients of huevos rancheros: eggs, cheese, black beans and guacamole. That’s a solid recipe to satisfy both taste buds and tummy.
Britt’s huevos rancheros come served on pita bread, with Chorizo sausage in the mix. Gillian agreed to get this so we could share and I could also order the coconut French toast. This featured two thick, perfectly fried pieces of bread, topped with an assortment of strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and mango, all drizzled with a coconut cream. Holy delicious.
Both plates were savoured and devoured. Good job, Britt.
We were hungry and the food was pretty all-consuming, but we did note the artwork on the bathroom doors and booths. Turns out the upper apartment was home to an artist during the 1930s. The wall art is inspired by his work. A cool story to accentuate a delicious meal.
Britt’s Pub & Eatery
42 Princess St.
Saint John, NB
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