When life presents the longest restaurant name in history to you for brunch, what do you do? If you’re anything like me, you embrace it and so I headed to At Sara’s Table Chester Creek Cafe in Duluth, Minnesota to see what such a place had to offer. I was mildly disappointed to find that the dish names were only a fraction of the length of restaurant’s name.
Thus, I ordered a dish simply called the Savory Crepe. It was filled with Canadian Bacon, caramelized apples, raclette and tarragon. Raclette, by the way, is a type of cheese, so I was essentially expecting a French breakfast quesadilla.
It turned out that was pretty much exactly what the savory crepe would turn out to be. This is a good thing, because I love quesadillas and I also love the idea of throwing a bunch of ingredients together and hoping they work out well. You know, like cheese, ham and apples. At Sara’s Table Chester Creek Cafe knew exactly what to do with these ingredients, combining sweet, salty and savory together into something delicious.
Duluth is cool city. And so is At Sara’s Table Chester Creek Cafe.