So recently I visited a friend in Northern Virginia and and we visited a place called Bazin on Church for a late brunch. We arrived around 2 ish so we were at the tail end. There were only about 4 other people and then another person came in while we were there but for drinks.
What I observed:
nice sized plates, nice atmosphere, bar when walk in, step up–was remembering if handicapped accessible-not sure, sizable drinks
Like the appearance of two plates, the third (french toast a little messy)
comfort food for me for breakfast
Chicken & Waffles
buttermilk fried chicken breast,
Bananas Foster French Toast
maple syrup, smoked bacon
Mustard Seed Crusted
romaine lettuce, chickpeas, green beans,
carrots, ginger-mustard vinaigrette
-chicken had a little bit of a kick, was a little addictive actually along with the syrup (sweet and salt combination)
-the plates were already filled with syrup (one less thing to do)
-french toasted coated in panko and served with friend sweet plantains
-salmon over a salad that had chickpeas and maybe chopped up tiny olives and red peppers
Good Host–asked if we needed anything. Also the prices were decent. We would return. Parking is underneath the building and a few choice spots in the back. Hummers need not apply downstairs or in the back.
Overall I give an 8 on my 1-10 scale.