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“Toki Underground Hosts Pop-up with Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken” Sunday

by Prince Of Petworth June 6, 2017 at 11:30 am 2 Comments


1234 H Street, NE

From an email:

“On Sunday, June 11, Toki Underground will partner with Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken to host a one-day-only collaboration pop-up at the H Street ramen shop. The restaurant, which is normally closed on Sundays, will open for the pop-up from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The special menu will feature collaborative dishes, like a black sesame glazed doughnut, scallion biscuits & tonkotsu with Kimchi cream cheese, and a Toki Monster doughnut, which is made with a bourbon and angostura glaze with cured and spiced bacon bits. The menu is available on a first come, first served basis while supplies last, and guests will have the option of enjoying in the restaurant or ordering for take-out. Full menu details with pricing can be seen below, and photos can be found here. The regular Toki Underground menu offerings will not be available during this time.

Additionally, Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken will also sell the Toki Monster doughnut for $4 each at the G Street location only in limited quantities on Sunday, June 11. Please let me know if you have any questions, and thanks for your time.

Food Menu:

Scallion Biscuits & Tonkotsu $5
add Kimchi Cream Cheese (+$1)
add Pork Belly & Irish Butter (+$2)

Black Sesame Glaze Doughnut $3
Lime Glaze and Dragon Fruit Jam $3.50
Toki Monster Doughnut $4
Lemongrass Doughnut Pudding, Milk Cult Royal Tea Ice cream, Monster Caramel $8

Drinks Menu:

Ceremony Drip coffee 12 oz. $4
Toki Monster $8 (Bulleit Bourbon, Ardbeg Scotch, Barenjager, Angnostura Bitters, Benton’s Pork Belly Kushiyaki)
Spiced Bourbon Coffee $8
GINgerade $8 (gin, suze, ginger juice, orange juice)”

  • FridayGirl

    I’m beyond disappointed that I’m missing this.

  • MadMax

    Two of my all-time favorite DC establishments who both sadly went in the pooper after the people who made them great departed. And yet they both still do better versions of what they do than most of their competitors in the city.

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