Nightingale Celebrates Mother’s Day with A La Carte Brunch Menu To-Go

Brunch menu favourites and BC Mimosa Kit offered for pick-up and delivery this Mother’s Day, Sunday May 10th at Nightingale

Expanding on its current a la carte dinner and frozen meal menu options, Nightingale To-Go has created a special brunch menu, in honour of Mother’s Day, Sunday May 10th available for pick-up or delivery from 11:00am – 2:00pm.

“Mother’s Day might look a bit different this year, but that doesn’t mean moms have to miss out,” says Nightingale’s Head Chef, Alan Tam “we’ve created a menu of delicious a la carte brunch dishes in honour of mom, with some special treats to go alongside them too.”

Nightingale’s Sunday brunch menu includes dishes such as: a nourishing chia pudding with spiced coconut milk and mango-pineapple jam ($9); whipped avocado with guajillo salsa and sumac flatbread ($14); a hearty mushrooms on toast with soft scrambled eggs and truffle pecorino ($15); a refreshing arugula salad with pecorino sardo and lemon poppyseed vinaigrette ($16); a comforting smoked salmon omelette with pickled red onions, ricotta, and fried potatoes ($17); and a classic cobb salad with grilled chicken, avocado, house bacon, soft boiled egg, gorgonzola dolce, and sunflower seeds ($20).

To elevate the occasion add on the BC Mimosa Kit ($40), a build-your-own cocktail kit that includes a bottle of sparkling Blue Mountain Brut with a flight of fresh juice mixes featuring Okanagan blueberry, black cherry, and peach flavours. And for a sweet treat add on Bel Café’s pastry box with a freshly baked croissant, a pain au chocolat, and a scone ($12).

Pre-orders can be placed through Nightingale website’s online ordering system three days ahead, or by phone at 604.695.9500 or from delivery partner DoorDash. To view regular A La Carte take-out dinner menus and the new Mother’s Day Brunch menu visit and follow @nightingalerest on Instagram or Facebook to see the latest updates.

Each order will include a $2 donation to Nightingale’s ‘Feed the Frontlines‘ program, which has, to date, delivered more then 300 meals to doctors and nurses at St. Paul’s Hospital’s Covid Clinic and to other frontline support services across the city. To learn more about the program or to donate visit

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