Delicious brunch news –sound the trumpets!
Newly opened Brassica Kitchen + Cafe co-owners/co-chefs Jeremy Kean and Phil Kruta are pleased to announce that they are now offering Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 pm.
Located in a former luncheonette in Jamaica Plain across from the Forest Hills MBTA station, Brassica Kitchen + Cafe serves flavorfully fun French-American comfort fare, using locally grown, seasonal ingredients in unexpected ways with delicious results.
Items from the inaugural brunch menu include:
Chicken and Waffles drizzled in hot sauce and maple syrup.
Belgian Waffles served with raspberry compote and whipped maple butter.
Banana Bread French Toast with banana flambé.
Salmon Boccadillo served with a fried egg and salsa verde on brioche.
Egg in a Hole served with bacon and home fries.
Biscuits and Gravy served with poached eggs.
A special brunch cocktail menu will also be rolled out including, but not limited to:
Bloody Meeri: Vodka, beet kvass and trumpet worcestershire.
Mick the Miller: Drip brewed Punt e Mes, fresh grapefruit juice, tarragon and salt.
Pimms Cup: Pimms No. 1, lemon, cucumber and ginger beer.
Moto GP Mimosa: Aperol, fresh orange juice, cava.
A series of coffee, tea and espresso drinks will also be offered on this new unique menu.
Brassica’s team also includes, General Manager/Co-Owner Rebecca Kean who also runs the front of the house. Pastry Chef Arthur Haynes, who has worked at Thomas Keller’s Bouchon Bakery in New York City and Daniel Boulud’s “Daniel” before opening award winning 346 Patisserie in Las Vegas. The craft cocktail (full liquor) program will be led by Drink veteran Thea Price-Eccles.
For questions please call: (617) 477-4519