Washington, DC (October 20, 2014) — Ping Pong Dim Sum is ready to kick off the fall season. “East West Brunch,” will offer an innovative menu of classic American brunch dishes prepared with modern Chinese ingredients.
Ping Pong introduces weekend “East West Brunch,” available Saturday or Sunday. This brunch tradition will include unlimited dim sum and brunch cocktails we all love, but adds “China with a Twist” flavors like chicken and green tea waffles served with ginger and lemongrass infused maple syrup, and a five spice pork belly eggs benedict with sriracha spiked hollandaise. (Right?!)
Guests can also look forward to the addition of sleek gold-mirrored dim sum trolleys that will serve traditional dim sum dishes like steamed buns, baked honey roasted chicken puffs, and steamed dumplings throughout the restaurant for the first time.
“East West Brunch” will be available weekends from 11:30am– 4:00pm at both DC locations (900 7th Street NW; 1 Dupont Circle NW) for $36 per person.
DON’T FORGET THE COCKTAILS:
Lucky Bloody Mary, a blend of white peony tea infused vodka and smoked water topped with celery foam.
Classic Bellini is reconceived with either Guangzhou bitters and osmanthus tea or a muddled blend of strawberry and hibiscus; a Champagne cocktail is spiked with Oriental bitters and Courvoisier VS.
At lunch or dinner, guests can cozy up to Ping Pong’s new fall cocktail collection which features warm flavors and smoky combinations. The shining stars of the collection are the Szechuan fig Manhattan – a stirred cocktail of whiskey, vermouths, Sichuan infused fig liqueur, and fig and mandarin orange bitters; and the Winter Berry Blazer – a warm cocktail of fresh berries, cognac, absinthe, and cassis liqueur flambéed tableside and served with strawberry tea.
Ping Pong has two restaurants in the Chinatown and Dupont Circle neighborhoods. For reservations, please call (202) 506-3740 for Ping Pong 7th Street and (202) 293-1268 for Ping Pong Dupont.