Krazy rules, partly because of chef Donny Merrill’s cuisine, but partly because it requires a drive to picturesque Montchanin and the Lickle family’s beautifully restored Montchanin Village. Every out-of-towner should get a taste of Chateau Country.
You don’t have to love felines to feel the heat at Krazy Kat’s Restaurant, but it doesn’t hurt. The scrumptious cuisine and lovely lighting are enticing, but the whimsical decor makes you chuckle—and laughter is sexy.
Brunch at Krazy Kat’s will blow you away, Nancy Karibjanian says. Standards like fruit salad, quiche and eggs Benedict mingle with crab and lobster cakes. Karibjanian’s favorite? A gnocchi (yes, gnocchi for brunch) in a spinach-tomato broth. Eggs Benedict with Canadian bacon won over Karibjanian’s son, and her daughter flipped for crepes with sweet cream. “It is our new favorite brunch spot,” she says. It’s also one of the best values going, considering you’re dining at one of Delaware’s premier dining spots for about $10 per dish.
Best of Delaware History
2012 Most Romantic Atmosphere, Editors, Upstate
2010 Best Restaurant in Centreville-Greenville, Critics
2009 Most Romantic Atmosphere, Upstate, Critics
2009 Best Sunday Brunch, Upstate, Critics
2008 Best Chef (Damien Durnin), Upstate, Critics
2007 Best Restaurant in Greenville, Upstate, Critics
2007 Best Desserts, Upstate, Critics
2006 Best Restaurant in Greenville, Upstate, Critics
2005 Best Power Breakfast, Upstate, Critics
2005 Best Place to Take Out of Town Guests, Upstate, Readers
2004 Best Romantic Atmosphere, Readers
2003 Best Crab Cakes, Critics
2001 Best Romantic Restaurant, Critics
2000 Best Place To Take Out-of-Town Guests, Critics
2000 Best Crab Cakes, Critics
1997 Best New Restaurant