Forks at the ready as weekends in Wan Chai have taken on a new Israeli twist at FRANCIS. With hearty Israeli favourites like Shakshuka and Sabich on the brunch this is one neighborhood eatery determined to add a touch of Middle Eastern autumnal flair to weekends.
Shakshuka – meaning all mixed up – is a classic Israeli dish combining much-loved brunch hero ingredients including poached eggs, tomatoes, green peppers and harissa. Served three ways, Chef Asher has reinvented the Shakshuka wheel and catered for lovers of the dish in its traditional form, along with green [creamy yogurt, rich feta and zingy silverbeet] and spicy shakshuka [delicious lamb kafta and fermented chilli] variations; answering the prayers of veggies and carnivores on the brunch beat.
Available on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays, the new brunch menu is available from 12 to 3pm for just $280 per person and includes a selection of four meze for sharing, a choice of main and dessert. If you are on the hunt for a healthy high protein and low calorie lunch or a hangover bite later in the day, FRANCIS will serve up the lot.
The meze to share includes hummus, beef cigars, halloumi and avocado salad with shanklish – a dried yogurt topped with grated za’atar.
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