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Buttermilk Kitchen - Chastain
« on: December 30, 2012, 08:59:33 AM »
As someone constantly complaining about the lack of really good breakfast option in Atlanta, this is a refreshing recent addition on Roswell Road not too far from Chastain.  I had their Eggs Benedict that featured home-made Engilsh muffins, Pine Street Market ham, a "red-eye Hollandaise" and a dab of Emily G's apple jelly strategically placed here or there.  Honestly one of the best and most creative Eggs Benedict I've had in a while that had a great balance of flavors and wasn't too heavy.  Talked to the owner for a while and they seem very focused on quality and sourcing, something I'm pretty okay with.  The result seems to be some neat options with the understanding that if you're looking for a "dollars per pound" bargain, this probably isn't it.  With that said, I thought the price point for that quality was perfectly reasonable.

I'd be curious to see what other folks think?

4225 Roswell Rd
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Re: Buttermilk Kitchen - Chastain
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2012, 11:04:45 PM »
As someone constantly complaining about the lack of really good breakfast option in Atlanta, this is a refreshing recent addition on Roswell Road not too far from Chastain.  I had their Eggs Benedict that featured home-made Engilsh muffins, Pine Street Market ham, a "red-eye Hollandaise" and a dab of Emily G's apple jelly strategically placed here or there.  Honestly one of the best and most creative Eggs Benedict I've had in a while that had a great balance of flavors and wasn't too heavy.  Talked to the owner for a while and they seem very focused on quality and sourcing, something I'm pretty okay with.  The result seems to be some neat options with the understanding that if you're looking for a "dollars per pound" bargain, this probably isn't it.  With that said, I thought the price point for that quality was perfectly reasonable.

I'd be curious to see what other folks think?

4225 Roswell Rd
Atlanta, GA 30342

http://buttermilkkitchen.com/
http://buttermilkkitchen.wordpress.com/
https://www.facebook.com/ButtermilkKitchen

Holy Sheite does that sound good.......   I am not hungry, it is way late at night and I am catching up. but I do love me some Eggs Benedict.  I honestly judge a new breakfast place with their Eggs Benedict.   Sure I am spoiled with crab and pork cheek eggs Benedict from our travels but hey if this really is good, (and I do judge your opinion highly), I will be there to try them out. 

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Re: Buttermilk Kitchen - Chastain
« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2013, 09:01:16 AM »
Has anyone else given them a try?

This has turned into one of 3-4 in my usual Sunday morning (early) breakfast routine (still maddeningly difficult to find somewhere other than Waffle house or a Sysco breakfast special before 9am) . 

While the regular menu items are very very solid, I find myself drawn to the specials that always seem to be hunting down and serving up what's fresh or local. 

Today I had this special omelet: tomato capanata, Italian sausage (Pine Street Mkt), last of the seasons peppers, fromage blanc.  Served with a nice little bowl of fresh fruit, this was a very good breakfast.

One of these days I WILL get to the monthly fried chicken dinner.

The are great about keeping their specials posted on FB:
https://www.facebook.com/ButtermilkKitchen


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Re: Buttermilk Kitchen - Chastain
« Reply #3 on: November 17, 2013, 02:36:09 PM »
I've been wanting to go for awhile. I used to work in midtown last year, and driving on 400 triggers my panic attacks (being in the car with me is so much fun), so I'd pass it every day on my way home to Roswell. It's a little out of my usual stomping grounds, but I hear the chef was a contestant on Chopped and Mr. Northside loves that show. Anyways, not helpful to you, but hopefully I'll get to this place soon.
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Re: Buttermilk Kitchen - Chastain
« Reply #4 on: December 15, 2013, 05:25:00 PM »
We finally had errands in Buckhead today, so we stopped by for brunch. Was not disappointed at all. I skipped my usual brunch litmus test of eggs benedict and ordered the chicken biscuit with cheese grits. The fried chicken was moist on the inside and crunchy on the outside and paired with a sweet red pepper jelly and fluffy homemade biscuit. The cheese in my grits was a nice sharp cheddar and the grits themselves were creamy and delicious. I'm picky about grits and I hesitated to order them, but I'm glad I took the chance. If you are in the neighborhood, stop by.
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