Skillet is a hipster spot in Columbus’ German Village that serves “rustic. urban. food.” Yes, with the punctuation. The place is a square room with small black booths, metal chairs like a classy diner, and wooden tables branded with the restaurant’s name. The menu changes daily but you’re sure to find something mouthwatering. We went on a Saturday for brunch, and found comfort foods like poutine, pain perdu, and a grilled cheese sandwich.
Honeycrisp apple galette with hard cider syrup and whipped snowville cream. This was my only disappointment – it was more like a danish than a galette, and it wasn’t warm. I definitely expected more bang for my buck here.
The Final Word: Creative food with fresh ingredients in a simply decorated restaurant. If you’re a visitor to the Columbus area, the German Village is a great neighborhood to visit, and Skillet should be your go-to brunch spot.