28.9.09

Thursday October 1st: Bruno's Kitchen Sneak Preview

This Thursday we are excited to host Ryan Ostler and Katherine Zacher, our new neighbors at the forthcoming Bruno's Kitchen. Ryan and Katherine ran the Broken Record Kitchen and have also worked at Boulevard, Campton Place, Firefly, Range, Quince, and Serpentine. In the near future, they'll be serving their from scratch American regional cuisine and bbq (including fried chicken and parsnip waffles) at Bruno's. This Thursday their menu will be "Far East meets South."

Ryan and Katherine will donate a portion of their proceeds to Burners without Borders, a collection of Burning Man participants who are actively engaged in community-based civic volunteer projects throughout the year. Starting in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, BWB volunteers provided over $1 million dollars worth of reconstruction and debris removal to the residents of Mississippi and have continued with projects spanning the globe. MSF profits will go to the Glide Memorial Church Daily Meals Program, which began in 1969 and now serves 800,000 meals a year to the city's poor hungry and homeless.

Also, so we can avoid running out of food and improve customer satisfaction, we are now taking reservations for 8:30 pm and later. Email us at MSFreservations@gmail.com with a name, party size, time and date. Our reservationist will be checking and sending out confirmations all week until 3pm on Thursday (or Saturday).

MENU:

Bacon palmiers, with homemade puff pastry - $3

*RC cola boiled peanuts + sesame edamame - $2

*Fried mac 'n' cheese, tomato chutney, spicy mustard - $7

Steamed pulled pork buns, green papaya, apple, and celery root slaw - $7

Smoked beef tataki, miso grilled eggplant, crispy shallots, wasabi-horseradish cream - $9

*Smoked tofu and mushroom pate banh mi, sambal aioli, and veggies- $7

Fried catfish, avocado and braised kimchee tamago on a homemade flatbread - $8

Japanese Dirty Rice: brown rice with kombu, shimeji mushroom, edamame, and choice of meat gravy or natto - $7.5

Lung Shan's Vegan Delight - shitake and oyster mushroom dumplings in miso soup - $5.5

Cheesecake icebox cake with homemade graham crackers, concord grape sorbet, and sesame brittle $6

Coconut rice pudding ice cream with crispy sweet bean wontons- $5


* = vegetarian or vegetarian option available


Notes:

-$150 to People's Grocery, $220 to the Alameda County Community Food Bank, $210 to Meals on Wheels, $140 to the Soul Food Farm Fire Fund, $130 to The Food Pantry, $410 to Foodrunners (two nights), $840 to SF Food Bank (multiple nights).

-$1398 so far to the SF Food Bank, courtesy of Mission Burger and Duc Loi. Thanks for your support and tell your friends. Also, come check us out on the weekends (we've been slow). We added some seating and you can take your burgers over to Lung Shan and buy a drink.

1 comment:

JM said...

Everything was incredible last night. Great work!