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SPECIALTIES FOR TWO

Meat & Game

BRAISED DUCK (Pato a la Sevillana):
$ 60

This Andalusian dish is named after the bitter oranges for which the region is famous; leg & thigh quarters of Moulard duck are braised in white wine & amontillado sherry with onions, oranges and green olives; served with a crisp leaf-lettuce salad, freshly-baked crusty rolls, oven-roasted potatoes and two seasonal veggie sides.
BRAISED RABBIT (Coniglio Fritto con Peperoni Sottaceto):
$ 68

In this Italian classic, a whole rabbit is segmented, then braised in white wine with vinegared cherry peppers (hot or sweet, your choice...) and garlic until the meat is falling off the bone; served with a crisp leaf-lettuce salad, freshly-baked crusty rolls, linguine with freshly-grated Parmigiano-Reggiano and a seasonal veggie side.
COOKED SALAMI & LENTILS (Cotechino e Lenticchie):
$ 51

In northern Italy, this dish is traditionally eaten on New Year’s Eve for good luck; cotechino is fresh, uncooked salami that is simmered over low heat then presented on a bed of sage-infused green lentils; served with a crisp leaf-lettuce salad, freshly-baked crusty rolls, creamy polenta with sautéed onions and a seasonal veggie side - molto delizioso!
GAME PLATTER:
$ 75

This is a carnivore's delight...; a mixed grill of wild boar sausages, venison rib chops and elk striploin, accompanied by house-made cranberry chutney & French grainy mustard; served with a crisp leaf-lettuce salad, freshly-baked crusty rolls, oven-roasted sweet potatoes and two seasonal veggie sides.
LAMB & WHITE BEAN STEW:
$ 56

An earthy, farmer-style stew of French origin; lamb shanks are simmered for hours - until very moist, tender & flavorful - with Great Northern beans, onions and carrots; a rich & hearty dish always welcome on a cold winter evening; served with a crisp leaf-lettuce salad, freshly-baked crusty rolls and two seasonal veggie sides.
LAMB SHANK TAGINE (Tajin 'L'Ghanmi bel Barkouk):
$ 60

A traditional North African dish; lamb shanks are braised for hours in a clay tagine until exceptionally tender; a rich, sweet & sour flavor develops with the addition of apricots, prunes, lemon zest, cilantro and honey; served with a mezze platter of three veggie dishes, warm pita bread and hand-rolled couscous from Tunisia.

Chicken

CHICKEN & OLIVE TAGINE (Djej 'Mshermel):
$ 48

The signature dish of Morocco; pieces of chicken are simmered for hours in a clay tagine with plump green olives & preserved lemons; the addition of ginger, cinnamon and cilantro imparts wonderful flavor & aroma; served with a mezze platter of three veggie dishes, warm pita bread and hand-rolled couscous from Tunisia.
CHICKEN DONBURI (Oyako Donburi):
$ 50

Japanese comfort food...; chicken breast strips and whisked eggs are simmered in a traditional blend of soy sauce, mirin & dashi, then topped with roasted nori and spring onions; served with a vinegary mixed greens-enokitake salad, freshly-baked crusty rolls, sushi rice and blanched spinach dressed in tamari & toasted sesame seeds.
CHICKEN IN RIESLING (Coq au Riesling):
$ 57

This Alsatian variant of coq au vin uses Riesling & butter as the braising medium to create incredibly moist & tender chicken; fresh leeks, shallots, carrots, red potatoes and crème fraîche make this a very hearty dish indeed; served with a crisp leaf-lettuce salad, freshly-baked crusty rolls and a side of oven-roasted asparagus.
SPICY ZUCCHINI STEW (Hobak Gochujang Jjigae):
$ 49

A Korean vegetable stew to which we've added chicken; bone-in thighs & sliced zucchini are simmered in rice vinegar, soy sauce and sesame oil with garlic, spring onions and Korean pepper flakes; served with a crisp leaf-lettuce salad dressed in Korean spices, freshly-baked crusty rolls, sushi rice and two traditional Korean veggie sides.

Seafood

BAKED STUFFED SALMON (Sake Sarada Tsutsumi-yaki):
$ 57

A Japanese take on en papillote cooking; a salmon fillet is butterflied, then stuffed with mashed potato, onion, cucumber, shiitake mushroom and a slice of lemon before oven-baking in a foil packet; served with a vinegary mixed greens-enokitake salad, freshly-baked crusty rolls and blanched spinach dressed in tamari & toasted sesame seeds.
BOUILLABAISSE:
$ 63

This traditional Provençal fish stew originated in the port city of Marseille; we don't follow a set formula, just utilizing whatever fish & shellfish is freshest that day, simmered in a flavorful broth of tomato, fennel, garlic, saffron, orange zest & Pernod; served with a crisp leaf-lettuce salad, a warm & crusty baguette, garlic-laden rouille and a seasonal veggie side.
GRILLED STUFFED SQUID:
$ 50

Versions of this dish can be found throughout the eastern Mediterranean; large squid tubes are stuffed with a flavorful mixture of rice, parsley, dill, mint, cinnamon, pine nuts and lemon, then charred on the grill; served with a crisp leaf-lettuce salad, freshly-baked crusty rolls and two grilled veggies, normally eggplant and red peppers.
SEAFOOD IN COCONUT MILK (Laksa Lemak):
$ 63

A Singapore hawker centre classic, with variations found throughout Southeast Asia; prawns, clams, fish cakes, tofu and bean sprouts are simmered in a coconut milk gravy that includes lemongrass, galangal, red chiles, mint and basil; served with Malaysian pineapple-cucumber salad, thick rice noodles and a side of garlicky stir-fried greens.
SHRIMP CASSEROLE (Karides Güveci):
$ 55

A wonderful example of Turkish cuisine from the seafood restaurants of Kumkapi; large, fresh shrimp are briefly sautéed in butter then simmered in white wine with onions & tomatoes; the dish is then topped with feta and oven-baked until the cheese softens; served with a crisp leaf-lettuce salad, freshly-baked crusty rolls and two seasonal veggie sides.

Vegetarian

GARBANZO BEANS & VEGETABLES IN TOMATO CREAM:
$ 53

A rich explosion of flavors from the Indian subcontinent; garbanzo beans, eggplant, zucchini, and onion are fried in a spicy tomato cream sauce, then served on a bed of aromatic basmati rice; served with fragrant mango kachumber salad, warm naan and a side of Kashmiri spinach.
RICE & LENTIL PILAF (Mejadra):
$ 40

Middle Eastern comfort food; deeply-fried sweet onions, green lentils and aromatic basmati rice, enhanced with a blend of traditional eastern spices; a refreshing side of yogurt with cucumber & mint adds zest; served with a crisp leaf-lettuce salad, freshly-baked crusty rolls and two seasonal veggie sides.
ROASTED VEGETABLES WITH EGGS (Shakshuka):
$ 44

Tunisian in origin, but popular throughout the Middle East; red peppers, onions and eggplant sautéed with roasted cumin seeds and harissa, topped with fresh eggs, then oven-baked; served with a crisp leaf-lettuce salad, a seasonal veggie side and a warm & crusty baguette to soak up the flavorful roasting juice.
SOBA NOODLES WITH EGGPLANT & MANGO:
$ 53

Inspired Japanese fusion from Yotam Ottolenghi; warm soba noodles are topped with fried eggplant, fried tofu, red onion, mango, basil and cilantro, then tossed with a sweet-tangy dressing; served with a vinegary mixed greens-enokitake salad, freshly-baked crusty rolls and blanched spinach dressed in tamari & toasted sesame seeds.

 

The Vermont Department of Health requires that we advise you that consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of food-borne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions.

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