Brunchers will be greeted with a gorgeous Antipasto Board (see pic below), the choice of a main (out of 9 brand-spankin’ new creations) and an ice cream sandwich dessert made with Vivi Dolce’s Chocolate Raspberry & Vanilla Stout or Flying Fist IPA Lemongrass Sorbet.
Featuring staple brunch classics like Eggs Benedict and Traitor Zhou’s Bagels with filled with Lox, I’m most excited about their Hungry (wo)Man’s Hash with house-cured corned beef, potatoes and a poached egg…and that ice cream sandwich dessert!
Check out all the new goodies on 京A’s Brewer’s Brunch Menu:
If you’re a savvy social media user, you can start your brunch with a free glass of their newest beer cocktail – the “Beer Belly-ni” if you post a photo on your Wechat or Instagram to share this brunch deal with your network of beer-guzzling foodies.
Who needs coffee when you’ve got Beergarita and Beer Belly-ni on the menu?! (RMB 50/30)
Antipasto Board to Share with Prosciutto di Parma, Italian-style pickled mushrooms, Broccoli Frittata, Asparagus with Roasted Tomato Dressing, Hummus and Bread Basket
Poached Salmon Salad with soft boiled eggs, cucumber, potato, Holland peas, olives, arugula and fresh dill
NY-Style Bagel with Lox with Bagel by Traitor Zhou’s, cream cheese, lox, sliced tomato and onion, capers and pickles
Hungry Man’s Hash with Crispy, House-cured corned beef with potatoes, onions, peppers, topped with poached egg
One-Pot Sausage and Beans with Andy’s Sausage with White Beans, Tomato, Herbs
The Breakfast Sandwich with Bacon and 2 Fried Eggs, Arugula, Tomato Chutney in Baguette
For those who like a long-lasting brunch, they always feature an all-day happy hour every Sunday. Known as their Super Sunday Xiuxi, everyone’s entitled to a RMB 10 discount on their entire beer lineup.
京A Taproom Brunch Details:
- Location: 京A Taproom
- Address: Building B, 1949 The Hidden City, Courtyard 4, Gongti Bei Lu, Chaoyang district, 朝阳区工体北路4号院
- Tel: (8610) 6501-8883
Kristen Lum has an accomplished background in PR, communications and events in China. Born and raised in California, Kristen has been based in Beijing since 2006 and is founder of the lifestyle blog called LumDimSum, covering mostly restaurant news and reviews alongside upcoming events around town that relate to Beijing’s muti-faceted, quickly-developing creative industries like art, music, film, health and fitness, fashion, nightlife, charity events, and travel tips.