Brunch meets chopsticks each and every Sunday at Moksa Restaurant. For only $20 dollars between 10am and 3pm, patrons can choose from a buffet of Asian influenced breakfast and lunch items. Moksa puts a twist on your classic brunch with choices such as the Masala Scramble, a chili infused scrambled egg, and the Japanese curried hash brown.
The creative take on brunch tradition does not end with the food. Boston’s Best Mixologist, Noon Inthasuwan-Summers, has crafted a selection of $4.50 brunch cocktails in recognition of Moksa’s location at 450 Mass Ave. The Mi-Moksa replaces the Mimosa’s orange juice and champagne with bubbly sake and grapefruit juice, while the Sake Mary is exactly what its name suggests, a Bloody Mary with Sake.
To Celebrate the Chinese New Year on February 10th, Moksa will be adding a few more treats to its Asian brunch. You can expect to see dragon dancers as you dine and the first 20 people to make reservations on www.moksarestaurant.com will receive a red envelope upon arrival to try out their New Year’s luck. Only a select few of the red envelopes will be winners, so get out your good luck charms.