Dimly lit but well decorated, cozy but not too small, with unique touches that truly set it apart from it's "competition" (read: as of right now, no one can compete as far as I'm concerned). This place gives off a bigger-than-Huntsville vibe that I have long awaited in our growing city. Purveyor reminds me more of the restaurants I've found in cities like L.A, New York and London and I love it.
My first experience was a Valentine's dinner date in which my meal was exquisite from start to finish. But this post? This post isn't about their dinner, dessert, or creative cocktail menu; it's about their new Sunday brunch service.
I went in expecting to have a nice time but I didn't anticipate just how nice it would be.
My partner and I were seated in the back room where they now keep the wines. It was just the two of us for most of our meal, so it was quiet and romantic.
Then, it was time for the main course.
The original dish comes with chocolate waffles but I was given the choice of those or limoncello waffles, so I opted for the latter. However, the kitchen sent out the chocolate ones as well purely so I could "compare" the two. This little touch really took the experience to the next level for me.
The one thing I can't stop thinking about when it comes to this dish is the chipotle jalapeno glaze that had JUST the right amount of smoky heat. I have been dreaming about this dish ever since I had it and I would love to try everything else on the menu but will probably always order this because it is THAT good.
I've been lucky enough to eat brunch in many states and several countries, and I am pretty sure this brunch blew everything else out of the water. I am so very proud of Huntsville for coming up in the food scene and making its own mark.
Chef Boyzo is a unique and true talent and just what the Huntsville food scene needed. His food is honest and thoughtful, with well balanced flavor profiles and creative touches that make for a truly wonderful dining experience.
If you haven't been to Purveyor yet, I'm not sure what you're waiting for. GO!
If you have been, tell me what you think in the comments section. I would love to hear about your personal favorite dishes!