In addition to prix fixe seders at Saul’s tomorrow ($35) and Perbacco on Wednesday ($49), Heeb magazine is teaming up with Mission Beach Café once again for its annual Slow Food Seder. As Tablehopper tipped us off, the local and organic menu includes things like smoked black cod with potato kugel, an oven-roasted duck with Israeli couscous and Jerusalem artichokes, and, obviously, a flourless chocolate cake. See the full four-course offering below.
Seder Menu, $55 per person
Matzo Ball Soup
Asparagus and Arugula Salad with Parsley, Quail Eggs, and Champagne Vinaigrette
Smoked Black Cod with Potato Kugel and Chived Crème Fraîche
House-made Matzo Flatbread with Haroset, Balsamic Reduction, Basil Scallion Pesto, and Mezzo Secco Cheese
Braised Prather Ranch Lamb Shank with Butter Beans, Oyster Mushrooms, Baby Carrots, Red Pearl Onions, Green Garlic, and Parsley
Oven-Roasted Duck with Israeli Couscous, Jerusalem Artichokes, Pea Shoots, and Orange Sabayon
Sweet Potato and Butternut Squash Hash with Sautéed Savoy Spinach, Asparagus, Chanterelle Mushrooms, and Sage-Red Wine Reduction
Flourless Chocolate Decadence Cake
Passion Fruit and Mango Sorbet with Anise Shortbread
(Menu subject to change.)
Slow Food Seder, presented by Heeb at Mission Beach Café, 198 Guerrero, Monday, April 5th. Seatings available from 5:30pm-10:30pm. $55 per person for four courses, excluding tax and gratuity. Reservations: 415-861-0198.
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