Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Paulette's (Back and Forth)

Posted By on Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 1:02 PM


Pam invited Patty and me to brunch at Paulette's to sample dishes for Pam's upcoming review in Memphis magazine's March issue.

Pulled by nostalgia, Patty ordered the Ham Palacsinta — a ham salad wrapped in in a crepe and fried. Pam got the grilled salmon BLT and to round things out I ordered the French toast (at top), swapping the sausage for grits. We also got mimosas and bloody marys because we are not animals.

The French toast, brioche battered and sauteed in butter, was a favorite of the table. And, indeed, all the dishes were Paulette's tried-and-trues.

That's not to say that it's the same-old same-old. In this week's Food News column in the issue hitting the stands on Wednesday, Hannah talks to Paulette's new chef, who discusses his plans on keeping the Paulette faithful happy while bringing something new to the table.

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