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West Town's Mott Street Is Launching An Innovative Pan-Asian Brunch

By Anthony Todd in Food on Mar 1, 2016 3:41PM

The Steak and Eggs at Mott Street. Photo by Monica Kass Rogers.
Mott Street's pan-Asian cuisine constantly gets rave reviews, and now diners can try out their take on brunch. Starting on March 13, the new brunch menu launches.

The menu looks pretty amazing, with lots of twists on classic brunch dishes. A skillet becomes a pork jowl skillet, with two eggs, garlic, egg and Plantain Fried rice and spring vegetables. Shrimp and grits comes with fermented black bean and andouille sausage, and french toast is baked with coconut cream. If you're looking for a healthy treat, order some sprouted grains with yogurt.

Sprouted grains and yogurt at Mott Street. Photo by Monica Kass Rogers.

Check out the whole menu below. Brunch runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Mott St Brunch