MissionMission reports that Namu Gaji is launching a brunch menu this weekend. The menu includes a hangtown benedict, made with house made biscuits, fried oysters, house cured and smoked bacon and hollandaise sauce. The breakfast item pays homage to the “Forty-niners,” the people who came to the Bay Area in 1849 to search for gold.
There’s also bourbon challah french toast, a rice dish with slow-cooked “onsen” eggs served in dashi, and roasted Llano Seco pork belly, Marin Sun Farms chicken thigh or Namu farm vegetable tempura.
The brothers behind Namu Gaji, David, Dennis and Daniel Lee, were featured in the New York Times earlier this week in a feature about “Inheriting the Family Apron.