Windermere's Hawkers will start serving soup dumplings and Japanese souffle pancakes during brunch in May


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Following the revelation earlier this week that Chuan Lu Garden is now serving soup dumplings, Hawkers Asian Street Fare in Windermere announced today that they'll start serving a special "Brunch in the Grove" menu starting the weekend of May 4 and 5.

The full menu has yet to be released, but here are some goodies you can expect:
  • "Street-inspired" mimosas
  • Asian-inspired Benedicts
  • Hong Kong waffles
  • Soup dumplings (teased at March's Beard in Baldwin event) and,
  • the Instagram darling: Japanese soufflé pancakes
If you haven't seen these fluffy, wobbly delights yet, 1) what rock have you been living under?, and 2) check them out here.

We're waiting on confirmation as to whether brunch service will be rolled out to other Hawkers locations later on, so stay tuned. Windermere's Hawkers is at 9100 Conroy Windermere Road, and you can give them a call to schedule your reservation at 407-583-6334.

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