Cambridge, MA., January 23, 2013, 4:20 pm -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Brunch meets chopsticks each and every Sunday at Moksa Restaurant. For only $20 dollars between 10am and 3pm, patrons can choose from a buffet of Asian influenced breakfast and lunch items. Moksa puts a twist on your classic brunch with choices such as the Masala Scramble, a chili infused scrambled egg, and the Japanese curried hash brown.
The creative take on brunch tradition does not end with the food. Boston’s Best Mixologist, Noon Inthasuwan-Summers, has crafted a selection of $4.50 brunch cocktails in recognition of Moksa’s location at 450 Mass Ave. The Mi-Moksa replaces the Mimosa’s orange juice and champagne with bubbly sake and grapefruit juice, while the Sake Mary is exactly what its name suggests, a Bloody Mary with Sake.
To Celebrate the Chinese New Year on February 10th, Moksa will be adding a few more treats to its Asian brunch. You can expect to see dragon dancers as you dine and the first 20 people to make reservations on www.moksarestaurant.com will receive a red envelope upon arrival to try out their New Year’s luck. Only a select few of the red envelopes will be winners, so get out your good luck charms.
About Moksa Restaurant
Conveniently located in Central Square, Cambridge, Moksa is the ideal destination for large and small groups who are looking for a good time. Serving Pan Asian Tapas, sushi and unique cocktails expertly crafted by Boston’s Best Mixologist, Noon Inthasuwan, the experience cannot be matched. Enjoy music while you eat or head back to our hidden Gem Naga nightclub. Equipped with a state of the art sound system, custom designed VIP tables and innovative lighting design, Naga brings the upscale Boston nightlife scene to Cambridge. To keep up with future events at Moksa, visit www.moksarestaurant.com