Carson and Taryn took us to their favorite breakfast place in Pullman, The Old European. Even if you don’t normally follow links, you’ll want to click on that one. Trust me. You can’t gain weight from looking. Go to menu and click on the pictures. Do it.
What a delight. Fresh squeezed orange juice, food that melts in your mouth — this would be the perfect place for a birthday breakfast.
Danish Aebelskivers with Blackberry Brandy sauce
In doing so, the art of home cooking gets lost, because quality requires time and raw ingredients. Few establishments take the risk of scratch batters, fearing the risk of inconsistency and the demand of constant training. Even fewer are set up to create products which are different and difficult to produce.
As our name connotes, our menu features many “Old European” recipes. Recipes that not only take time, but also the raw ingredients make our food noticeably better (hear, hear!).
Our welcome to you is “Guest in the house, God in the house” ~ a Polish attitude.