The humble Sunday brunch has been given a makeover, with the launch of Hanoi Hannah New Quarter's new Vietnamese-style yum cha offering.
Kicking off on September 2 — just in time for your annual Father's Day feast — the weekly Sunday brunch sessions will see you chowing down on a parade of modern Vietnamese eats, matched, if you fancy, to bottomless booze.
Each week, the kitchen's dishing up a 10-strong selection of bites, priced between $4 and $12, according to plate — just like how you roll at Sushi Train. Expect punchy creations like crisp pork belly with soft vermicelli and green nuoc mam — a green apple and soft shell crab salad with chilli caramel — and a rotating selection of bao. An abbreviated version of the regular menu will be available, too.
If just the thought of all that food is making you thirsty, for an extra $39 per person, you add on two hours of unlimited Aperol spritzes, beer and mimosas.
Hannoi Hannah New Quarter's Vietnamese yum cha runs from 12pm–5pm every Sunday.