Fish joins the Sunday brunch crowd

Fish's lobster roll (Provided)

It’s been almost two years since Fish offered lunch, but the Upper King restaurant is jumping back into daytime service with Sunday brunch, starting this weekend.

The menu is broadly influenced by recognizable elements of east Asian cuisines: Selections include a ramen noodle bowl with a 64-degree egg that might have something to do with chef Nico Romo’s recent interest in sous vide cookery; pork belly steam buns sauced with Sriracha hollandaise and a cabbage pancake. Among the items inspired by other regions of the world are duck merguez hash; pumpkin waffles and a lobster roll (although that sandwich is treated with Sriracha ketchuip.)

Of course, there are also morning-appropriate drinks: The bottomless mimosa is priced at $12.

Brunch is served from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. For more information, call (843) 722-3474, or visit fishrestaurantcharleston.com.