Did you know that Grubhouse in the Bourse has reopened after a winter slumber? No? Well, now you do. The American comfort food stand in The Bourse food hall is back at it, slinging breakfast and lunch for tourists and non-tourists alike.
This weekend they are featuring specials using Huli Huli Sauce made by Philly’s own Kiki Aranita of Poi Dog Philly.
According to the website, the flavor profile of the Huli Huli sauce is sweet pineapple, deeply savory miso, and fragrant Chinese five-spice. “Huli Huli” means “to turn” and refers to Hawaii’s favorite chickens turning slowly on sizzling spits. Huli Huli smoke is a siren song for people to line up, knowing that their fingers would soon be oil slicked and blackened, tearing into chicken flesh, seasoned with soy, pineapple, and a lot of smoke.
Grubhouse is featuring the Huli Huli sauce for breakfast or lunch in the following items:
A Huli Huli Breakfast Bowl of sauce, pineapple, pork roll with your choice of cheese and any style egg on top of smashed tater tots.
A Huli Huli Burger or Crispy Fried Chicken with pork roll, smoked provolone, pineapple and sauce on a brioche bun.
Sounds like a fun and delicious combination – go check it out and let me know what you think! 🙂
The Bourse is located at 111 S. Independence Mall E – just steps from all the historical attractions.
More about Grubhouse:
A South Philly staple for four years, Grubhouse offers all-day breakfast and creative takes on American staples, including Breakfast Bowls, Breakfast Sandwiches, Pancakes, and more. Menu highlights include the über-popular Baconcakes, Hot Chicken & Waffles, Biscuits & Gravy and The Elvis (grilled sandwich with peanut butter, banana and bacon). In addition to breakfast fare, Grubhouse also serves Southern craft brews.
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