Vibrant Brazilian Japanese boteco, Uma Nota has mastered à la carte dining, caipirinha cocktails, and conquered the Hong Kong brunch scene. Now approaching its third year, the Nipo-Brasileiro street food-inspired eatery has launched a weekday lunch - say goodbye to sad al-desko dining.
Keeping SoHo lunch-goers on their toes, the menu offering will change every two weeks and with an unlimited salad bar concept each day, the lunch lovin’ is well and alive in the heart of Central.
Ranging from fresh salads, to grilled vegetables and pasta, guests can fill up on the salad bar for just HK$95, or enjoy a salad of choice alongside one main course for HK$120.
On Monday 14th October, two new main course options will be available alongside the meat-free favourite, including Frango Assado, succulent roasted chicken thigh, served with potatoes and a spring onion mayonnaise.
Finally, for an additional HK$15, the Contra fillet grellhado presents a 150g US sirloin grilled to perfection, on a bed of creamy sweet potato mash with Brazilian vinaigrette.
Guests looking for a more leisurely lunch can add a dessert, drink of the day or coffee for an additional HK$35.
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