Take your tastebuds back to Japan with bottomless chūhai and an izakaya experience in Bridge Lane.
If there’s one thing we couldn’t go without on a day in Japan, it’s chūhai. This spritz-style cocktail is stirred, not shaken, and blends three key ingredients; Sochu which is a distilled rice spirit, fresh and punchy fruit juice, and sparkling water. It turns out, this delicious beverage is not only good for refreshing you after a long day wandering Tokyo city, but for fuelling bottomless brunches right here in Sydney.
When selecting a bottomless lunch, the free-flowing offer is very important. We look for drinks packages that we’re not going to get sick of after a third glass and let us tell you that chu-hai has definitely answered all of your prayers. Typically served with zesty yuzu juice and topped with soda water, this is a drink you’ll be able to sip through a whole sitting. Kid Kyoto, Sydney’s much-loved modern Japanese venue is serving up bottomless chūhai every Saturday and we don’t think there’s a better way to start the weekend!
For just $65pp, you will enjoy a generous 2 hours free flowing chūhai. But that’s not all. The offer is paired with their famed ‘Trust Us’ menu, which will allow the chefs to hand-select their personal favourite dishes for your table to share. Think grilled prawns with lime chilli miso, tuna tostada with wasabi, shiso and finger lime, Daintree Barramundi with a yuzu bisque, and licorice mousse with coconut and mochi.
Haven’t been to Kid Kyoto yet? You’re missing out. Hidden in plain sight on Bridge Lane, the restaurant is slinging delicious Japanese izakaya and a killer beverage selection. Head Chef Watson-Lamb puts his own twist on Japanese classics using incredible Australian native ingredients and great local produce, paired with Japanese flavours. Inspired by the small laneway eats and bars in Tokyo, it’s giving you all the Japanese vibes you’ve been craving since the travel ban.
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