Brunch is back at noreetuh

October 7, 2020, 10:18.26 am ET  

 Brunch is back at noreetuh in East Village
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noreetuh, the Michelin-recognized modern Hawaiian restaurant in the East Village now has an incredible brunch experience.

Brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30am – 3:45pm and Chef/Co-Owner Chung Chow (Per Se, Lincoln Restaurant) spotlights a variety of tasty options including:

- Mochiko Chicken Loco Moco, fried dark meat chicken and gray, served with fried eggs, Hawaiian macaroni salad, and King’s Hawaiian rolls.

- Hawaiian Breakfast with SPAM, Portuguese sausage and kimchi, served with fried eggs, Hawaiian macaroni salad, and King’s Hawaiian rolls.

- Katsu Sando, Berkshire pork cutlet, pickled green tomatoes on a King’s Hawaiian bun.

- Imperial Wagyu Beef Bowl with beef fat rice, pickled garlic, radish and spicy cucumber.

- Musubi Platter with a choice of four such as Galbi, braised beef short rib and kimchi; and Shiitake Mushroom with kombu and ginger.

Pair your brunch offerings with one of their beautifully curated wine selections or opt for a six pack of Kona Longboard Lager from Hawaii or Sunday Beer Light & Tight Lager from Brooklyn.

Guests can enjoy outdoor or indoor brunch at noreetuh and you can view the full menu here: https://www.noreetuh.com/ 

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