As with any meal at Zambri’s, the setting, service and food are really great.
We ordered the meatballs & eggs and Italian scramble. The meatballs were sliced, sitting on two solid pieces of polenta and topped with soft poached eggs. The polenta was sitting on a delicious, fresh tomato sauce with a lovely drizzle of olive oil. Beautiful, tasty, but watch out for errant pieces falling off your fork and into the sauce. I may have splattered a tiny bit of sauce….around the plate…and onto my teapot…and cup…but my napkin remained pristine and white!
|Meatballs and Eggs (before sauce disbursement)|
The other dish wasn't as napkin challenging.....
The Italian scramble was really great too – a really satisfying portion of fluffy scrambled eggs loaded with peppers, onions and small pieces of potato. I pointedly mention the eggs because a lot of places don’t get the fluffy part…at all…hello, I didn’t order a sliced omelette – so it was great to find well-prepared eggs (which goes back to my second paragraph about this restaurant). And back to the dish - it’s served with a fresh tossed salad.
|Italian scramble with salad|
820 Yates Street (in the Atrium Building)
Sunday Brunch 10:30am-2:30pm
Lunch Mon-Sat 11am-3pm
Dinner Sun-Thu 5pm-10pm, Fri/Sat until 11pm