Ula’s Tex-Mex Restaurant, will begin serving their classic Tex-mex Brunch on Saturday, October 2, and Sunday, October 3, 2015, from 9 am until 2 pm. Owner, founder and Chef Ulises Gonzalez told a group of Houston Bloggers and Media at his private debut that “Brunch is one of his favorite meals.” Serving favorites like their signature Machacado en Salas, Migas con Pico and Carne Asada and Eggs, I can totally see why.
Brunch at Ula’s is hearty and delicious and really gives a couple other brunch spots in the area a run for their money. Check out more #BrunchPorn from Ula’s and a couple signature menu items you must try!
Served with cilantro roasted potato, choice a protein, veggies and cheese.
Ula’s offers brunch go-ers a “You Call It Omelet” where guests choose from an assortment of proteins, veggies and cheese to construct the perfect omelet. The Fajita Omelet was a special creation with perfectly cooked fajita meat, red bell peppers, spinach, mushrooms and cheddar cheese!!
Two scrambled eggs mixed with fried tortillas chips, covered with salsa and melted Monterey Jack Cheese, served with cilantro roasted potato, guacamole, pico de gallo, and pickled jalapenos.
This was delicious and I didn’t even realize until my plate was clean that this didn’t contain any meat. Great option for those that don’t eat meat. The eggs prohibit it from being Vegan or Vegetarian friendly, but rest assured it’s belly friendly..
Tres Tacos “Three Tacos”
(1) chorizo and egg, (1) bacon and egg, and (1) sausage and egg taco made with flour tortillas and served with cilantro baked potatoes, manzano onions, guacamole, pico de gallo, and pickled jalapenos.
This looked delicious and would have totally been my second choice. I hear the house made tortillas were warm and delicious.
We ended with the two “sweet” items from the Postres menu:
Baked sweet potato covered with Piloncillo (liquid brown sugar cane).
Deep fried plantains served with a side of Creama Mexicana.
The Plantanos Fritos were out of this world good. The saltiness from the Creama Mexicana paired perfectly with the subtle sweetness of the plantain. 10 stars!
You can’t leave without trying their “boozy” brunch cocktails. The Mimosa Champagne with freshly squeezed orange juice and Hibiscus Mimosa Champagne with freshly brewed hibiscus juice were quite tasty, but the Penny Refills (one cent) made them sing with the angels in heaven.
To read more about Ula’s lunch and dinner menu, hop on over to my previous post.