A 2 week fall special event by The Middle Gray featuring chef Moe Kuroki of OISA Ramen!
Join us for breakfast, lunch & brunch, and enjoy an authentic Japanese meal for a wholesome family friendly experience.
OISA Breakfast & Lunch by The Middle Gray featuring chef Moe Kuroki aims to offer the Brookline (and Boston) community a healthy but exciting breakfast and lunch alternative. As a Brookline resident herself, Moe is excited to create products she can guarantee to be homemade, healthy and high quality. As a mother, she is also eager to expand her menu to families with children looking for quick but wholesome eats.
Inspired by the bowls of ramen from her childhood in Fukuoka, Japan, Moe Kuroki began several years worth of experimentation with her own scratch-made tonkotsu in her kitchen in Boston. Lacking high quality ramen noodles in in the area, she also developed her own recipe, which she prepares by hand for her ramen events. Kuroki’s goal is to train and become proficient at her craft so one day she can open her own ramen shop here in Boston, a place she can call “home away from home”.
DATES AND TIMES!
Sept. 28th till Oct. 9th
Japanese Breakfast & Lunch (dine in and take out available)
Breakfast & Lunch: Wed - Fri, 8a-2p
Brunch: Sat & Sun, 10a-2p
***CLOSED MONDAYS AND TUESDAYS***
Limited supply! Reservations encouraged!
Please email or text: firstname.lastname@example.org / 857.234.6436 Provide: Name, Last Name, Time and Party Number
Breakfast: 8a - 12p, Lunch: 12p - 2p (Wed - Fri) *no alcohol or espresso drinks
Brunch: 10a - 2p (Sat & Sun) *limited bar menu and espresso menu available
***This menu may vary slightly***
Dashi-Maki Tamago (japanese style egg omelette)
Pickles (seasonal Vegetables)
Choice of: Fish, Vegetables or meat
Tamagoyaki (japanese style grilled egg)
Kara-age Chicken (fried chicken)
Donburi Rice Bowl
Gyu Don – Sukiyaki Style Beef
Yasai Don – Dashi Soaked Fried Vegetables
Saboro Don – Chicken & Scrambled Egg
*Add Onsen Soft Egg
Please inform our staff if a person in your party has food allergies
*Consuming raw or undercooked, eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.