3rd coast menu 3/3/2011

3rd coast menu

Our 3rd coast menu is a collection of dishes that best illustrates our philosophy and cooking style.  It showcases the bounties of the 3rd coast in simple, thoughtful and unique applications and presentations – always allowing the ingredients to be highlighted and accented by its natural state.  Mother nature and has a large influence on our cuisine and we believe the meaning of true luxury is providing our guests with products that are indigenous to texas and the 3rd coast.

 

canapé service…

caramelized onion cake with grated pepperoni & anise

pork chicharrón with powdered apple and kimchee

 

amuse-gueule…

van sorman flavored éclair with chicken liver mousse

 

southern charcuterie service…$10 supplement

 

pepper grove oyster from east bay galveston with celery

 

gulf blue crab in gelled dashi with bay laurel cream and grapefruit kosho

 

farmhouse egg with hay-smoked louisiana caviar, caramelized white chocolate and seeding chickweed

 

risotto of fried carnaroli rice, aji panca, raisins and squid ink

 

gulf yellowfin tuna with charred celery root and coastal samphire

 

boudin of hill country rabbit and its best parts with cippolini and mustard

 

teres major lacquered in onion ash with carrot confit, nasturtium and oxtail jus

 

cornmeal-apple cake with roasted apple ice cream, lemon, coconut, coco and caramel

 

brazos cheese co service

 

6-course $35

9-course $55

wine/beer pairings available

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  1. That sounds amazing! You guy’s do a great job!

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