What’s New in Menus?

It seems like everyone has been tinkering with their menus lately - adding them, dropping them, lowering prices and in some cases, changing their entire concept. While few have gone the full reno route like Xochitl, our Spidey sense tells us there is a re-jiggering trend afoot. So who has new menus?

Chifa, Jose Garces’ Peruvian-Chinese spot, has also done a major overhaul of its menu, adding multiple new dishes, changing the preparation of old dishes (ramen and chicken wings), increasing the portion sizes of the ceviches, plus prices have been lowered. View the new menu here.

• Brinn Sinnott, who took over as chef of Rittenhouse’s Noble just after the new year, has updated the restaurant’s menu, which you can see here.

• Starting on March 6, Distrito, Jose Garces’ University City joint, will serve weekend brunch on both Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. See the new brunch menu here.

• Chef Jason Cichonski has revamped the snacks section of the Bar 210 at Lacroix menu. Items include pork buns, pork cracklings and house-cured charcuterie. Prices run from $4 to $16. View the menu here.

• New Rittenhouse sushi restaurant Zama has added a lunch menu with lunch service Monday through Friday 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. See it here.

What’s New in Menus?