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Mr. Fox Introduces New Menu

Not Your Ordinary Brown Butter Chicken

As an iconic restaurant and bar, located in an area known to be full of hip culinary gems, Mr. Fox is now ready to refresh its menu.

The launch of the newest menu for office workers in the neighbourhood sets new standards in the kitchen by showcasing the newest recipes from a delicious globetrotting food journey.

The new menu takes inspiration from everyday flavours and occurrences. Celebrating fine culinary options, Mr. Fox’s new menu features three mouth-watering appetisers, six delicious choices of main dishes, and two decadent desserts. The distinctive new menu is full of tempting choices, consisting of:

* Pork belly cakwe banh mi,
* Vietnamese chicken satay:
* Char-grilled baby corn:

Main Course:
* Short ribs soto betawi,
* Not your ordinary brown butter chicken: garlic rice stuffing, salted duck egg, Chinese sausage
* Crispy bebek Bali, Wagyu yakiniku donburi, pistachio-crusted salmon, mie goreng sambal matah
* Churros with tipsy chocolate sauce
* Apple pie parfait

Always bringing something new to the table, Mr. Fox also invites the city to nibble on the newest selection of tipsy bites – a play on classic bar food with an authentic, Mr. Fox twist. The innovative bar menu consists of Cheetos cheese fries, chicken strips with dynamite sauce, cornflake cauliflower with jalapeno tartare, crispy tofu bites, and calamari cabe garam.

Mr. Fox invites the city to taste his newest selection of delicacies and never fails to bring surprises with his new menu creations that showcase his delicious food, combined with ethereal cocktail concoctions.

See: Txoko: A Fresh Take on Fresh Basque Food at Senopati

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