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Autumn in New York – brunch in Itaewon

Met up with my coworker for brunch on a Saturday morning, pretty random, two dudes having brunch.  Coworker suggested this spot in Itaewon because he had been there with his girlfriend.  It was big, clean and filled with lively people, mostly women.  Let’s be honest, girls love weekend brunch!

We started off with a hot cup of coffee (one free refill) while looking over the huge menu.

 

 

We both decided on the skillet but I saw a lot of people ordering the salads, which looked big and appetizing.

Ranchero skillet KRW 16,000

Beef brisket slices with sautéed onions and mushrooms in a “mexican” type sauce.

Mashed potatoes and roasted peppers.  I asked for more gravy on the side because you can never have enough gravy!

Scrambled eggs and roasted potatoes.

The biscuit was rock hard, it was not edible.

American skillet KRW 14,000.

Bacon, slices of salami, sausage links, roasted potatoes, scrambled eggs.

Maple syrup and whipped cream for the pancakes.  The maple syrup was very good!

Overall, we were pleased with our skillets; the portions were big, the prices were fair and you got a variety of foods.  I always have a hard time deciding on a breakfast/brunch item because I want a little bit of everything; some eggs, bacon, sausage, french toast, etc.  Their skillet takes the agony out of ordering your morning meal!

Rating:  7 out of 10.

Autumn in New York:  02-794-6888 in Itaewon behind Hamilton Hotel.

http://www.autumninnewyork.co.kr/

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4 comments on “Autumn in New York – brunch in Itaewon

  1. d'liteful cravings
    June 20, 2012

    Great post! The food looks damn delish! Must try if we ever get there early enough! 🙂

  2. seoulfoodyo
    June 21, 2012

    it’s a shame about the biscuit. i love me a good buttermilk biscuit. everything else looks pretty good. glad you’re posting again.

  3. viv jones
    March 17, 2013

    I made two attempts to eat at this place today and failed both times. First, I tried to go for breakfast, but they don’t open until 11:30, which is crazy for a place that mostly serves breakfast food. I found breakfast elsewhere and came back to get a sandwich to go for lunch, but they don’t do takeout on weekends. They may have good food, but they’re not a smart business!

  4. Elena Mihaila
    August 18, 2017

    Meal is looking fine but what about the timing? People have issues with the timings of the restaurant. Get it better, rest as in food looks ok.
    Don’t you go for 24 hours like Gammeeok? Gammeeok in NYC serves the food 24 hours Kimchi to BBQ. Delivery, takeout both option are available and taste is just awesome.
    Autumn in New York, you guys can do better. Good luck!

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This entry was posted on June 19, 2012 by in American, Brunch, Itaewon, Rating 7.

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