Stroll into the eatery just after 11 a.m. and face your first choice, seating. Take your pick between chic, high-top tables around Bulla's bar or venture to the upstairs dining room for a more relaxed and intimate experience. There's a small, outdoor terrace too, ideal for 75-degree and sunny autumn Sundays.
Now decide between the special brunch tasting menu or regular, tapas-style brunch menu. Your best bet is opting for the tasting menu, and adding a few extra tapas dishes on the side for the table to share.
The tasting menu is $27 per person and gives diners three small- to medium-size dishes plus bottomless sangria or mimosas. It's divided between "Huevos" (eggs), "Tapas y Raciones" (small plates), "Platos Familiares y Bocatas" (larger plates and sandwiches), and "Dulces" (sweets).
There are larger dishes too, that count for two of your three options: The bistec a caballo with grilled skirt steak, jumbo fried eggs, shoestring potatoes, and salsa rosa; or the cochinillo hash with shredded suckling pig, jumbo poached eggs, breakfast potatoes, and garlic confit.
Don't forget, you still have more than 40 additional dishes on their regular brunch menu. Try the traditional gazpacho, which is a Spanish-chilled vegetable soup; or their montaditos de salmon ahumado with smoked salmon, organic cream cheese, truffle honey, and dill pollen. There's also hazelnut waffles with homemade hazelnut spread and chocolate shavings. Yum. And that's just a taste of their 40-item brunch menu.
Now you know why Sunday brunch at Bulla is bulla, AKA what everyone is talking about. It runs every Saturday and Sunday starting at 11 a.m.
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