3/18/2013 12:00:00 PM

The Best Thing We Ate This Weekend: Duck Benedict at BellyQ

Brunch: a delicious yet predictable weekend routine. There are only so many ways to cook an egg after all, right? Wrong. How about a tempura-fried egg? Yes, a soft-boiled egg is deep-fried so a thin layer of crispy fried batter protects the still runny yolk and soft white. This is just one component of the tea smoked duck benedict on BellyQ’s new brunch menu. Bill Kim attacks brunch with a menu of traditional dishes infused with Asian flavors and creative cooking techniques.

Kim took the tea smoked duck breast on the dinner menu and breakfast-ized it by serving it on a toasted Chinese biscuits. It is topped with gai lan, curry hollandaise. Oh, and those deep fried eggs. We recommend a side of maple glazed Togarashi bacon for a savory and sweet addition. Oh, and finish the meal with doughnut and coconut milk soft serve. Game changing brunch? Maybe. Delicious? Definitely.


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