Kwan Brothers, an Asian eatery inspired by the food scenes in Hong Kong, Singapore, Toyko and Bangkok, are doing their own cheeky take on Oktoberfest this week with Woktoberfest running until Sunday October 19.
Kwan Brothers takes the influence from the hawker markets of Singapore, the night markets of Hong Kong, the Izakayas of Tokyo and the street carts of Bangkok, and mixes it all together to create a unique dining experience.
It was the team behind Alfred and Constance, Alfredo’s Pizzeria and Chester Street Bakery which created Kwan Brothers and this venue adds another dimension to their already-impressive line-up.
Featuring Asian small plates, platters and sharable feasts with a never ending supply of top-notch cocktails and beer, Kwans Brothers is the perfect after work pick-me-up.
This October they decided to celebrate Oktoberfest in their own unique manner. From Asian beers served in Steins to Asian specials designed with a German twist, there is something for every diner.
A sneak peek at the menu:
Bratwurst Bao – mini bratwurst, sauerkraut and curried ketchup $9.90
Sweet and sour Pork knuckle w/ peppers, carrot and shallots and pineapple $22.90
Wok tossed spätzle , Szechuan chicken ,Chinese broccoli and peanut and hoisin $22.90
Kirin Steins $10
Only running until Sunday October 19, Woktoberfest presents a delicious way to combine two food cultures into one. For more details, check out our event guide.