#CocoKitchen : Cielo Blanco Launches New Superfood Brunch Menu

Here at House of Coco we have a penchant for a good brunch offering, especially when it’s a little bit healthy so that we can get away with some (almost) guilt free social fun with our friends. Lively Mexican hotspot Cielo Blanco located at Trinity in Leeds, is excited to launch its new brunch concept, and it’s already got the thumbs up from #TeamCoco.

Fresh, delicious dishes with a superfood twist will be served everyday from 10am-2pm, served alongside a list of enticing Mexican cocktails curated by bartending legend, Jake F.Burger.

Inspired by Mexico’s colourful and relaxed food culture, Cielo Blanco will serve a brunch for champions, that is, a duo or team, as the menu has been designed with sharing in mind.  Highlights include Huevos Rancheros – the classic staple of any Mexican breakfast, loaded with streaky bacon, avocado and Cielo Blanco’s own ranchera salsa, The Cauliflower Rosti & Greens – Cielo Blanco’s secret recipe rosti served with a poached egg, steamed tenderstem broccoli with curly kale, and the Grilled Plantain with smashed avocado served on a pinto bean quesadilla.  Dishes definitely worthy of a breakfast fiesta.

To balance the superfood goodness, a tempting menu of cocktails is available including the Breakfast Paloma (Ocho Blanco Tequila, grapefruit marmalade, lime, agave and freshly pressed pink grapefruit juice) and Cielo Blanco’s Bloody Maria (El Jimador Blanco Tequila, Ancho Reyes Chile Liquer, Mexican spices and tomato juice).

For diners who prefer a hydrating boost, a tasty list of refreshing Mexican ‘Aguas Frescas’ fruit waters and super juices are the restaurant’s speciality. Pick from a large variation, squeezed to order, such as Watermelon Cooler (Watermelon, cucumber,lime & agave), the Amarillo (Yellow pepper, pineapple, fresh turmeric & lime) or the Agua De Horchata (A traditional drink made with rice, almond milk, cinnamon & vanilla).

Finally, guests can leisurely sip a selection of traditional Mexican hot drinks including Cafe de olla con pique –  a Mexican coffee with cinnamon, cloves, brown sugar & a shot of tequila or a Champurrado, a traditional Mexican hot chocolate with cinnamon, chili and star anise.

The Cielo Blanco brunch menu will officially launch to diners this April 3rd with prices starting at £5.50 per dish.

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