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November 16, 2016

SuGa announces 'Dim Sum Brunch'

Dumplings and mimosas anyone?

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Suga Dumplings Courtesy of Suga/PhillyVoice

SuGa launches "Dim Sum Brunch."

SuGa, a contemporary Chinese bistro in Center City, has announced that starting Saturday, Nov. 19, the restaurant will serve "Dim Sum Brunch." 

If you haven't had dim sum before, it's a style of Chinese cuisine where bite-sized portions are served in small steamer baskets or on small plates. 

Now SuGa diners will be able to pair dumplings with mimosas every Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.

The restaurant's take on a modern Chinese brunch includes wild mushroom dumplings, crispy yellowfin tuna tacos and bacon fried rice, among other SuGa favorites.

Mimosas and kimchi bloody marys will be $6, while chilled bottles of Champagne with orange juice will be $25. 

Brunch-goers can also go for a more authentic experience and opt for a pot of Chinese tea, hand-selected from China by restaurateur and chef Susanna Foo.

Dim Sum Brunch

Saturdays and Sundays
Noon to 4 p.m.
1720 Sansom St.
(215) 717-8968