Ba Bar Launches Breakfast Menu

Capitol Hill— Breakfast, they say, is the most important meal of the day. Well, beginning tomorrow, Ba Bar will do its part to make sure you have a successful start to the day.  Chef Eric Banh has created a breakfast menu that has something for everyone – including a daily selection of housemade pasties from Ba Bar’s talented pastry chef, Karen Krol.

Krol, who has been quietly making world-class pastries at Ba Bar for the last year, is a graduate of Chicago’s French Pastry School. She spent time honing her skills at NoMi at the Park Hyatt, North Pond Restaurant, Vanille Patisserie, and Trump International Hotel and Tower before landing in Seattle.

Coffee and pastries are available daily beginning at 7am. Pastries are made fresh daily and may include: Croissants (Ham and Gruyere, Spinach and Feta, Twice Baked Almond, and Plain), Quince Danish, Seasonal Fruit Danish, Seasonal Fruit Jalousie, Quiche, Huckleberry Financiers, Specialty Tea Cakes, and a variety of French Macarons.

Breakfast will be served Wednesday thru Sunday from 8am to 11:30am.

The menu is as follows:

Breakfast:
Karen’s Granola with coconut milk yogurt $7
Caramelized Grapefruit with condensed milk, toasted cashew $7
Daily Omelette $8
Free range eggs from Wilcox Farms

Biscuits & Gravy
Housemade biscuits, sausage-thyme gravy, two poached Wilcox Farms eggs $9
Vegetarian Hash with kale and caramelized onion $7
With two Wilcox Farms eggs $3
Brisket Hash with Painted Hills Farm beef, onion, and green onion $7
With two Wilcox Farms eggs $3

The Classic
Two Wilcox Farms eggs, breakfast potatoes, Carlton Farms bacon, housemade brioche $9

Eggs Benedict
Shiitake mushroom, housemade brioche, caramelized onion, hollandaise $9

Poutine
Hand-cut fries, Beecher’s cheese curds, pho gravy $9
With two Wilcox Farms eggs $3

Breakfast Sandwich
Carlton Farms bacon, Wilcox Farms egg, Dijon, dill aioli, cabbage salad $9

Grilled Steak & Eggs
6oz Painted Hills Farm Teres Major, two Wilcox Farms eggs, sweet pho onion, hand-cut fries, dill aioli $13

Noodles in Broth:
Pho Tai Nam
Painted Hills Farm brisket, London Broil steak $8

Tendon, beef ball, or mushroom $2

Pho Ga
Draper Valley roasted chicken, soft-boiled Wilcox Farms egg $8

Congee:
Mushroom Congee
Shiitake mushroom, ginger, soft-boiled Wilcox Farm egg, housemade devil donut $8

Chicken Congee
Draper Valley chicken, shiitake mushroom, ginger, soft-boiled Wilcox Farms egg, housemade devil donut $8

Pork Belly Congee

Carlton Farms pork belly, shiitake mushroom, ginger, soft-boiled Wilcox Farms egg, housemade devil donut $8

Weekend Specials:
Buttermilk Pancake $8
Housemade Tart $8

Side Dish:
Fries $4
Brioche & Karen’s Jam $4
Sautéed Kale & Onion $5
Caramelized Onion Hash $5
Biscuit & Herb butter $5

Opened in July of 2011, Ba Bar is the latest creation from sibling chefs Eric and Sophie Banh of Monsoon fame. Ba Bar serves Vietnamese street food inspired by their childhood spent in Saigon and using the best quality ingredients. Daily fresh baked pastries, the most talked about pho in town, and creative classic cocktails keep this welcoming space full from early until the wee hours seven days a week. Ba Bar is open Sunday thru Thursday from 7am – 2am and Friday and Saturday from 7am – 4am. Happy Hour is daily from 3pm – 7pm and a late night menu is offered from 11pm to close. Kung Fu Karaoke is Wednesday at 10pm. Reservations are accepted for large parties. Please call 206.328.2030 to book a large group or for more information, visit www.babarseattle.com.

Ba Bar is located at 550 12th Avenue in Seattle, Washington.  Photo credit to Ba Bar.

Written by Charles

Charles Koh founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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