POP UP DINNER

Chef Joel Huff of Scarlett Begonia, 11 W. Victoria St., is serving an end of summer “Pop Up Dinner.” This is the first time the restaurant has offered dinner.first dinner.  Tickets are $80 per person, wine pairing $40, and it will be served September 27th,  7pm sharp.

Pop Up Dinner menu:

  • kusshi oyster   sour grape gel, wasabi, shiso, red verjus ponzu
  • Roederer Estate Brut
  • sea urchin and rock crab  dehydrated melon, yuzo espuma, pickled melon rind, chili, glass noodle, ceviche
  • Brander Sauv Blanc Au Naturel
  • variation of tomato   burrata panna cotta, olive soil, tomato cloud
  • Zocker Gruner Veltliner
  • spot prawn soup  nasturtiums, mussel
  • Brewer Clifton Chardonnay Santa Rita
  • forage of the hills  carnaroli rice, egg 63°
  • Ampelos Pinot Lambda
  • white sea bass, squid, chorizo, espelette, corn nage
  • Ampelos Pinot Lambda
  • squab    smoked white peach, caramelized fennel grits, honey squab jus
  • The Big Easy Syrah
  • berries granola, almond milk
  • Chilled Tawny Port
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7 Responses to POP UP DINNER

  1. SL says:

    Hippie kibble for the dessert course!? The rest of the menu looks tasty though, these events are always a fun splurge.

  2. Charlotte says:

    Breakfast for a dessert course? I’d stick with the port and beg for some good cheese!

  3. lemonjelly says:

    This menu looks great, although the dessert does look a little uninspired. Perhaps they are putting a modernist spin on it that doesn’t come through in the description. I once had a caprese salad at a molecular place that came foamed and nitrogen frozen, gelled and sphericalized, cubed, etc. It was still listed as “caprese salad.”
    Hope this meal goes well, seems like a good price for the ingredients. Love kusshi oysters!

    • SL says:

      mmm Agreed Kusshi’s are one of the best varieties available these days. Nice size and great flavor.

      • Crista Fooks says:

        Have faith foodies, the dessert course had over 18 different components and took our pastry chef over 15 hours to complete. To see the photos of this dinner you can go to Scarlett Begonia’s facebook page…it was an incredible dining experience.

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