Lucky Robot Japanese Kitchen has been delighting locals with delicious sushi, fresh fish, and unique sake cocktails for the past two years. The talented duo of Executive Chef Mason Evans and Sushi Chef Jay Huang recently added new items to the Lucky Robot menu broadening the restaurant’s culinary footprint. They also crafted an east-meets-west style brunch featuring Evans’ signature Lucky Cakes, a sake bellini, and other delectable items making Lucky Robot’s Tokyo Brunch the perfect weekend neighborhood hangout.

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Ten Reasons to Try Lucky Robot’s Tokyo Brunch:

  1. Sake coffee punch aka The Lebowski: coffee, sake, nigiri, agave, and half and half.
  2. Lucky Robot’s Mango White Peach Sake Bellini trumps champagne
  3. Lucky Cakes: three fluffy buttermilk pancakes, topped with matcha green tea whipped cream, and side of syrup
  4. The Nomnomiyaki: pork belly, fried egg, cabbage, kewpie, tonkatsu, scallion, and sriracha
  5. Tsukiji Market fish flown in directly from Japan
  6. The Traditional: grilled Atlantic salmon, sesame onigiri, steamed broccoli, and miso soup
  7. The Breakfast Quesadilla: two fried eggs, applewood smoked bacon, ginger scallions, Thai basil, goat cheese, cheddar & jack cheese, charred scallion vinaigrette, topped with spicy mayo, green onions, crispy shallots, and radish slices
  8. Harajuku-styled servers bring this iconic Japanese fashion statement from the streets of Japan to Austin.
  9. Thirty percent off food from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. makes getting up early easy.
  10. Lucky Robot’s Tokyo brunch takes the favorite American pastime to another level with bright lights and a fun Tokyo-inspired experience.

Lucky Robot is located at 1303 South Congress in Austin. For more information go to http://www.luckyrobotrestaurant.com/

 

 

 

 

Source: Giant Noise PR

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