Well I had a busy weekend with the XTU Anniversary Show and then I cantored 3 masses at the National Shrine Of St. John Neumann, so I decided to check out another brunch place in Northern Liberties.
About a couple blocks from the church is Café’ La Maude which is a French-Lebanese café right at the corner of 4th and Reno Street. When you get here, it reminds you of that old world charm of a Euro Syle Parisian Café with indoor seating and tables on the sidewalk.
Their brunch menu features sweet delicacies such as the Tiramisu Pancake and the Berrylicious Pain Perdu which is stuffed briocce with mascarpone cheese or Nutella, crème brulee’ bananas, and delectable fruit.
They also have a lot signature savory dishes like the Petit Steak with eggs, their own take on “Poutine” with sweet potatoes, French fries, cheese curds with pork belly and chicken sausage, topped with gravy, 2 eggs and fried plantains.
Of course I’m partial to Chicken and Waffles, so I had to try the Gaufre Chicken Corden Bleu. It’s a waffle with fried chicken, ham & cheese topped with a cream sauce, brown butter syrup and scrambled eggs. It’s a sweet and savory dish that goes well together in your mouth.
Café’ La Maude also has a wide variety of pastries and desserts to top of your meal.
So come hungry and check out the adventurous exciting brunch cuisine of Café’ La Maude.
Café’ La Maude
816 N. 4th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123