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The Immigrant Restaurant menu is currently made up of a five-course prix fixe tasting menu and more than thirty à la carte dining options across four courses — not including the restaurant’s extensive cheese menu. Due to the success of several items on the chef’s tasting menu, the chef has made plans to revamp the entire menu structure to include a grand tasting menu of nine courses and a larger scope of tasting selections. Conversely, the à la carte offering would be reduced to 14 dishes to accommodate the dialed up tasting variety, although you’re welcome to order any of the tasting courses as an à la carte dish. Furthermore, the current course of first, mid, entrée and dessert would be reduced to three courses by eliminating the mid course entirely.
You can currently order a half or full ounce of three different varieties of caviar, served with toasted pain de mie, clarified butter, lemon and chives. First course selections include a Hudson Valley foie gras torchon and tasmanian salmon mousse with horseradish panna cotta, while mid-course selections focus more on soups and salads, such as the English pea and truffle soup, and cherry wood smoked Amish chicken with Belgian endive salad. Entrée dishes range from fish and crustaceans to meats, game and poultry, alongside a seasonal featured item. After the highly-lauded cheese course that has its very own menu, you can sample one of five desserts with flavors like hazelnut, chocolate and passion fruit to wrap up your meal at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant.