Smoke and Barrel Launches Lunch and Brunch Menus

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American smokehouse & barbecue restaurant Smoke and Barrel has introduced a new Weekday Lunch and Weekend Pit House Brunch.

Weekend Pit House Brunch

The new brunch menu will be available on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays from 1130am – 400pm. The menu features American brunch favorites with a smokehouse twist. Shared appetizers of baked beans with pulled pork and bacon, tater tots with house BBQ sauce and mozzarella, corn bread with tabasco butter, salmon gravlax with everything bagel dust. Mains include, 12-hour brisket beni, avocado toast with crayfish, smoked meats platter including brisket, pulled pork, ribs, & mac n’ cheese, sweet buttermilk pancakes with caramel popcorn, banana and granola, and savory buttermilk pancakes with popcorn shrimp and coleslaw. For dessert a choice between Mississippi mud pie or soft serve ice cream with cookies & cream and marshmallows.

The 3-course Brunch is priced at $388pp, with an additional $188 for the optional 2-hour free-flow drinks package.

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Weekday Lunch

The new lunch menu features Smoke and Barrel’s signature dishes. Choose a starter from a selection of choices ranging from yellowtail ceviche, polenta & prawns, steak tartare with house pickles, brisket jerky, and BBQ sauce. Main dishes include classic pulled pork sandwich with house pickles, fried onions, and tater tots, salt & pepper chicken with house-baked beans, burnt end bolognese with fresh pappardelle, seared seabass with fried calamari and a vegetarian option of grandpa’s smoked cauliflower with harissa and pomegranate. You can also opt for S&B smoked meats platter (additional $68) which features a medley of brisket, pulled pork, ribs, and mac n’ cheese. For dessert, choose from key lime pie or, Mr. Whippy ice cream slathered in bourbon, caramel, and roasted macadamia nuts.

Priced at $198 for 2-courses and $238 for 3-courses, the lunch menu is served Monday – Friday from 12pm – 3pm.

Address: 1/F-2/F, Wyndham Mansion, 32 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong

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