Kaia, the super slick Asian-Pacific inspired restaurant inside The Ned, is launching a bottomless Sunday brunch.
The offering includes bottomless sushi, sashimi, poke bowls, robata grill dishes, and so much more. You’ll also get a drink upon arrival, choosing from an umami Bloody Mary, a glass of sake or a beer.
Make your way to the build-your-own bao station where you can customise a fluffy little bun by stuffing it with the likes of Japanese-fried chicken or prawn tempura. (There’s even bacon and scrambled eggs if you’re a bit of a traditionalist.)
Elsewhere you’ll find things like fried udon noodles, lamb chops and miso aubergine – and, frankly, I’m hungry just writing about it.
Once you’ve filled your face with all the savoury bits (and we do mean all the savoury bits), check out the giant dessert table, which features delicious things like matcha cheesecake, chocolate and sesame slices, yuzu choux, and Azuki with jasmine tea rolls.
Kaia’s Sunday Brunch costs £45, and includes all the food you can manage, plus a welcome drink. It takes place every Sunday, starting February 17, from 11:30am–4:30pm. Book here.
Also published on Medium.