American Breakfast Classics Get An Asian Twist with Ping Pong’s East West Brunch
Attention all Southerners (that includes you Washingtonians) start sending thanks to Executive Chef Paul Weppner whose latest menu for Ping Pong Dim Sum’s East West Brunch delivers on taste, presentation, and creativity. Born in Maryland, Chef Weppner takes American classics we all love yet changes the flavor profile by adding an Asian twist. How so? Easy, by using green tea powder in the waffles or a plethora of sticky rice underneath medium prepared steak and sunny side up eggs. After you finish your entree, unlimited dim sum arrives with freshly added selections like the edamame and truffle or braised beef cabernet dumplings.
Chicken & Green Tea Waffles
Five Spice Pork Belly Benedict
Mango Black Tea French Toast
Shanghai Shrimp & Grits
Sichuan Hanger Steak “Loco Moco”
Egg & Cheese Breakfast Spring Rolls
Top: Edamame & Truffle/Bottom: Braised Beef & Cabernet
Glass Noodle & Caviar
So much food, so little time as you only have two hours to indulge. However, don’t pout because with unlimited deconstructed mimosas accompanied by juice filled pearls containing mango, lychee, pomegranate, kiwi, and/or strawberry, you can truly submerse yourself into an unforgettable experience.