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In addition, Marigold Kitchen is unveiling its new early summer menu. Known for keeping an element of surprise when presenting the 13- to 15-course feast, the chefs prefer not to divulge the full menu in advance. Instead, they are offering a peek at a few of the dishes. Each course is meticulously designed for the eyes and the palate in whimsical Marigold Kitchen fashion. Dishes will include whipped fennel and leek atop a house-made flatbread with parsley, roasted artichoke and dried black olives; Korean head cheese torchon served with wakame salad, pickled ginger, five-day kimchi gel and rice chips; and lemon-thyme potato gnocchi tossed with squab leg confit, black garlic-Madeira sauce and cured egg yolk.
“This season is going to be exciting,” says Kochan. “Summer means something different to each of us, and we look forward to touching on all the best aspects of this amazing season during our Test Kitchen days. Expect the unexpected!”
Marigold Kitchen serves dinner Tuesday through Saturday at 6 p.m. The last seating of the night is at 8:30 p.m. The cost is $90 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Reservations for the $65 Test Kitchen series are recommended.