Terrance Brennan's 22-year-old French-Med institution Picholine is launching a new menu this week in what Brennan hopes will help take the eatery "to the next level." The new options include a five-course tasting menu ($125), a vegetarian tasting menu ($125) and a 12-course chef’s tasting menu ($210). Brennan also welcomes two new toques into the kitchen: chef de cuisine Joseph Hoffman and pastry chef Daniel Seth Kleinhandler, who worked with him to give the menu a makeover. Highlights from the new offerings include a spotted skate "pastrami" with a reinterpreted "sauerkraut," rye crumble and mustard fondue (very on-trend); a take on fish 'n' chips made with smoked sturgeon brandade, bottarga and potato chips; and persimmon-miso-glazed foie gras. Check out the new menu in its entirety here.
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