Five brunch box tips for the Easter holidays
Brunch boxes are so 2021... you thought! Brunch boxes have established themselves at some cafés and can still be pre-ordered via the respective websites. Especially on Easter days, such a box is of course a very special treat if you don't feel like going out or getting creative in the kitchen yourself. We can particularly recommend these five (Easter) brunch boxes to you.
Café Om Nom Nom
Are you vegan? Then the Easter brunch box for Easter Sunday from Café Om Nom Nom in Sendling is just the thing for you. After all, it even contains vegan cheese!Brunchbox contents: Three fine cheese alternatives with fig mustard, bread roll mix (four pieces), two croissants with strawberry jam, baby snack vegetables, carrot hummus, salami alternative, Italian anitpasti (olives, artichokes, mushrooms, caper apples), raspberry and vanilla porridge, caramelized pecan snail, gluten-free banana bread, fresh fruit, nuts and crunchy crackers.Price per box: 45 eurosHowit works: You can order the desired number of brunch boxes on the website and set a time slot for collection. It can be that easy!
We were amazed when Das Kulinariat announced that they were putting together a brunch box for Easter. But we were even more amazed at the final contents of this all-round carefree package, which is truly remarkable and is divided into breakfast and lunch. As we are used to from Kulinariat, you only get the best of the best here - in other words 100% regional and high-quality food.Breakfast contents: Chocolate and almond brioche,carrot cake with frosting, four Easter egg pralines, a traditional farmer's bread (80% rye, 20% wheat) from local bakery Brotzeit, a rosemary focaccia from Schwabinger Brotraum, Andechs organic alpine butter, Piedmont hazelnut cream, Tuscan orange marmalade, chive cottage cheese cream, cold-smoked char from the Sebald fishery in Ammerland, cooked ham from the Tagwerk organic butcher's, cheese from the Allgäu, four raw organic eggs with sourdough crunch & leek mayo for topping, Caspar Plautz potatoes for the pan with marjoram and fresh organic cress, fruit, Bircher muesli deluxe and a Bavarian ginger shot. Lunch contents: Fresh pasta, light wild garlic pesto, asparagus, roasted almonds, buffalomozzarellaAvailable for an additional charge: Cinnamon bun from Anton & Ella for 5.20 euros, a hard-boiled Billesberger organic Easter egg for morning egg-picking ("Kulinariat"-stamped) for 3 euros or two pieces of Poltinger lamb sausages for 7.50 eurosCostper box: 120 euros - designed for two people And this is how it works: On the website of Das Kulinariat you can see the exact contents of each box again and can also optionally order additional delicacies. The collection takes place on Easter Sunday from 09:00 to 11:00.
Banh Mi or Goi Cuon for breakfast? Why not? At Café Chance, you can get a brunch box with a difference. You'll be spoilt for choice here: with four brunch boxes plus one that you can put together individually, you'll not only have to be hungry, but also creative. With the Vietnamese-German breakfast, you're guaranteed not to get bored on your Easter plate.brunch box contents: The brunch boxes are available in four variants: Chance Special Brunch, Chance Classic Breakfast Box, Chance Vegetarian or Chance Sweetness - all boxes are for two people. Depending on the box, you can look forward to Goi Cuon (vegan or with turkey), Banh Mi (vegetarian or with turkey), pancakes, French toast, croissants with jam, fruit, muesli bowl or porridge and freshly squeezed fruit juice. You can find a detailed overview here.price per box: depending on the box 30 euros to 65 euros, with delivery (radius 6km) an additional 10 euros on top.and this is how it works: On the Café Chance website you can see the exact contents of each box, choose one there and order at least 24 hours in advance by phone on 089 45214951 or by e-mail. You can choose the delivery or collection window yourself.
The small café from the city center offers you two delicious variations that leave nothing to be desired for a sumptuous Easter brunch.Deluxe brunch box: Salmon, Serrano ham, various cheeses, cream cheese, feta, butter, horseradish, two soft eggs, half an avocado, vegetable sticks, capers, dill, hummus, beet, fritz Mühlenbäckerei bread, a croissant, jam, banana bread, peanut butter, yoghurt, muesli, nuts, berries, coconut kiss, two fruit juices, two emilo drip coffee bags, fresh ingredients for a small pot of tea. Veggie brunch box: Assorted cheeses, assorted cheeses, cream cheese, feta, butter, two soft eggs, half an avocado, hummus, a surprise spread, veggie sticks, grilled veggies, beet, fritz mill bakery bread, a croissant, jam, banana bread, peanut butter, chocolate spread, yoghurt, muesli, nuts, berries, half a grapefruit, coconut kiss, two fruit juices, two emilo drip coffee bags, fresh ingredients for a small pot of tea. Cost per box: Both variations are available for 45 euros with the option to add a Valdo Prosecco 0.2l for 7.50 euros.And this is how it works : You can order the desired number of brunch boxeson the website and set a time slot for collection. We wish you a good brunch appetite!
PANO in Munich's Werksviertel district now has one of the largest ranges of different boxes to pre-order and take away for all times of day and occasions.The brunch box contains: two natural croissants with jam, two freshly filled natural sourdough breads with delicious vegetarian spreads, an acai bowl with crunchy granola and fresh fruit, a protein & greens bowl with crunchy granola and fresh fruit, two POMOM smoothies, two PANO tea bags and other little PANO surprises. You can also order salmon or sausage and cheese (+€9.90) for an extra charge of €12.90.Price per box: €39 for two people + any extra charge for extras; also available for three people, in which case you pay a basic price of €58Andthis is how it works: You can order the desired number of brunch boxes on the website and have them delivered directly to you if you wish. So if you like convenience, PANO is the right address for you.