Hawksworth Restaurant brunch: At a glance

Hawksworth Restaurant brunch
Talk about a spread! A glimpse at the House Chorizo Hash, which includes sunny side eggs, grilled fennel, smoked tomato vinaigrette and house potatoes. 

 I love breakfast. 
Sadly, though, my mornings allow for little more than a quick bite of peanut butter toast and a cup of coffee gulped down while running to catch the bus. 
I managed to break my meal-on-the-run trend last week when I attended a Blogger Brunch at the Hawksworth Restaurant at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia in downtown Vancouver. And boy, was it worth it. 
The upscale eatery, with its posh decor and one-of-a-kind art installations, is best-known for its contemporary Canadian cuisine and artisan cocktails, but the award-winning eatery also offers a full selection of morning fare priced from $12-22. 
Owner and Executive Chef David Hawksworth and his talented kitchen crew send out generous portions of breakfast classics such as pancakes and eggs benedict, as well as lunchtime crowd pleasers like the famous Hawksworth Beef Burger and a Crunchy Duck Salad. 
Beginning with a sweet mimosa and crispy artisan pastries, I tucked into the two eggs platter -- which includes either applewood bacon or glazed honey ham and house potatoes for $17 -- a protein-packed, savoury plate that was divinely delicious. 

Take a look at my five favourite dishes:
Hawksworth Restaurant brunch
Two Eggs
(Cooked any way with applewood bacon or glazed honey ham with house potatoes and tomato fondue)

Hawksworth Restaurant brunch
The English
(A traditional English breakfast)
Hawksworth Restaurant brunch
Lemon Ricotta Pancakes
(With blueberries and Canadian maple syrup)
Hawksworth Restaurant brunch
Artisan breakfast pastries
Hawksworth Restaurant brunch
Pacific Sablefish Benedict
(With glazed asparagus, tomato, fine herb hollandaise and house potatoes)
For more information, visit www.hawksworthrestaurant.com