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Fatty Crab Spices up the Weekend with Fatty Brunch

March 15, 2014 Food & Beverage No Comments Email Email

Spring is just around the corner, and with it Fatty Crab brings its Southeast Asian flavours to the table for Fatty Brunch, every Saturday and Sunday from 11:30am to 4:00pm.

Fatty Crab Hong Kong – Fried Chicken & WafflesFeast on a menu crafted by Chef De Cuisine, Kristofor Olbrich, comprising of brunch favourites along with a range of Brunch Drinks. In its cool surroundings, the neighbourhood joint on Old Bailey Street creates a fun weekend vibe.

Chef Kris has reinvented signature favourites to cater to the Hong Kong market which include Kaya Toast (HK$50) with coconut custard, and mango, Yogurt & Granola (HK$80) made with Greek yogurt, palm sugar syrup, homemade granola, and fruits, and the most raved about Fried Chicken & Waffles (HK$95) topped with smoked maple syrup and sriracha sauce – inspired by American “soul food” with a Southeast Asian twist.

Fatty Crab Hong Kong – McGriddle

A signature, inspired by a breakfast sandwich from an American favourite (take a guess), is the McGriddle (HK$90) made with buttermilk pancakes, maple nuggets, coriander bacon, egg and cheddar. Smoked pure maple syrup nuggets melted into mini buttermilk pancakes are used as the “bread” of the sandwich, with a sunny side up egg, American cheese, and house smoked coriander bacon in the sandwich.

image004Other dishes are the Fatty BLT (HK$90) with coriander bacon, roasted chili aioli and Pullman toast, as well as Thai Omelet (HK$120) with smoked pork riblets, scallions and chili. Also available during brunch are a selection of items from the dinner menu, which include signature dishes such as Chili Crab, Watermelon Pickle & Crispy Pork, and Fatty Duck, amongst others.

Choose from a list of Brunch Drinks including Bloody MaryMimosaProsecco, Freshly Squeezed Orange or Watermelon Juice andThai Iced Tea – or opt for the free flow option, which includes Bloody MaryMimosaProsecco for HK $200 per person.

Weekends just got a lot more Fatty…

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