Yuu Kitchen Launches Bottomless Brunch in Mayfair

Bottomless Brunch is all the rage these days. Hot on the trail of their ever popular Bottomless in Aldgate, Yuu Kitchen are delighted to launch a fantastic Bottomless Brunch on Saturday and Sunday in their Heddon Street Restaurant for £37.00pp.

It comes with the obligatory Bottomless bubbles or beer for one and a half hours. But they really do mean bottomless, with constant topping up to ensure all the guests get their fare share of fizz whilst grazing on the Yuu Kitchen set menu, all in the sophisticated, buzzy surroundings of this Mayfair restaurant.

The menu takes the shape of a 10 course sharing menu of crowd pleasing plates from former Nobu Chef, Jon de Villa. It features Edamame to start. This is followed by a range of sharing dishes including Cauliflower with a jalapeno dressing, Sweet and sticky eggplant, Vietnamese vegetarian Ssam and steamed rice. Their signature dish of Spicy Tuna Tostada is included. Then there are the infamous Crispy pigs ears, which are slow cooked and honey soy glazed plus Chicken Inasal and the stars of the show, Baby Back Ribs. If there is space, a Banana Turon and rich coconut bread cake is offered for dessert.

Yuu Kitchen Restaurant Bottomless Brunch

Yuu Kitchen is inspired by the fun and freshness of flavours from south-east Asia and the Pacific Rim and the team from Yuu Kitchen Spitalfields are delighted to bring their new offering to a more intimate setting off Regent Street, W1. Yuu Kitchen was created by experienced restaurateurs and long-time friends from Australia, Stephen Lowe and Jon de Villa. Head Chef Jon’s menu is inspired by his heritage and travels across south-east Asia and brings in his experience from Nobu London.

The thrill of the arrival begins at the entrance on Heddon Street, where an atmospheric mural staircase transports you immediately to the edgy underground scene of a Japanese street, lit only by neon, opening out into a basement bar and restaurant with absolute wow factor – the lounge features a long high-top table seating 10-12 and the main dining area is presided over by a back-lit 25 foot long Asian dragon, or Shenlong, created by celebrated Hong Kong artist, Lun Wong. With moody lighting and more art in the booths, it provides the perfect backdrop for some of London’s most innovative south-east Asian and Filipino inspired dishes. Continuing the theme from Yuu Kitchen’s original restaurant in Spitalfields, the team have collaborated again with artist Lun Wong, known as Lunatic, by commissioning bespoke art pieces for the venue to continue the story of the artwork.

To coincide with the newly relaunched ICEBAR, Yuu Kitchen Mayfair represents opposite themes of heat and ice. The drawing style of the artwork is very similar to the original Yuu Kitchen Aldgate’s style but modernised and slightly simplified. The dragon mural has strong significance both within Asian culture and the theme of fire, as well as running parallel as an eastern dragon to the ICEBAR’s western dragon. All artwork revolves around the themes of fire and revenge.

South-east Asian food is at the core of the Yuu Kitchen menu and whilst Japanese flavours feature heavily, the menu also pays homage to Head Chef, Jon de Villa’s heritage, with a Pinoy section giving a nod to Filipino cuisine and some of Jon’s family recipes handed down over the years. Perhaps south-east Asia’s last secret cuisine, Philippine inspired food is mix of Indian, Chinese, Spanish and American influences.

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