Eggs In Purgatory – farm eggs, arrabiata, polenta, and pecorino
We attended a media preview at Pizza Bruno this past Sunday to check out their revamped brunch menu, available every Saturday & Sunday from 11am-3pm and we enjoyed our brunch and experience. The restaurant gets slammed every evening so your best bet is to get there early for lunch during the week or brunch on the weekends when there is no wait time.
Garlic Knots – Too much garlic, pecorino, chili flake, oregano. These are a classic appetizer at Pizza Bruno, I highly recommend them!
Kale Salad – Golden raisins, candied pecans, pizza crumb, Emperors Dressing, pecorino. Most addicting kale sale ever!
Cinnabon Bun, they were so good and a must for every brunch.
Frittata – Roasted tomato, white cheddar, Arugula salad, Ricotta toast with honey and pine nuts
Shrimp & Grits – Rock shrimp, aribiatta, fried egg, Calabrian oil. This dish has a little kick to it.
Dutch Baby in two variations. Wood Fired pancake with amish butter, sea salt, maple syrup. The taste and texture was like a pancake flan.
Foxtail Coffee Co. Cold Brew
Guaincale & Blueberry in two variations. It was sweet and savory. This pizza was popular among our group.
Pizza Amatricana – tomato, chili, red onion, guanciale, and pecorino
The Dude – fresh mozzarella, pecorino, tallegio, lots of black pepper. This is a classic pizza at Pizza Bruno it was popular among our group as well. The Dude was my favorite pizza out of the three.
My togo box of all the pizza variations offered
The talented and down-to-earth owner of Pizza Bruno, Bruno Zacchini III working expo. Thank you for hosting us, you and your staff were amazing!
Be sure to check out brunch at Pizza Bruno soon for their delicious brunch menu and the BEST pizza in Orlando!
3990 Curry Ford Rd, Orlando, FL 32806
(They do not have a phone)