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Brooklyn Fare’s Michelin-Starred Chef’s Table Jumps Into the Luxe Delivery Game

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The dishes range from $12 to $60 apiece

A bowl of dashi sabayon with Kaluga caviar piled on top and a spoon placed nearby
Kaluga caviar on top of a dashi sabayon
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In a move that’s looking increasingly familiar across the city, yet another Michelin-starred fine dining restaurant has opened up for to-go orders. In this case, celebrated tasting menu Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare has jumped into the delivery and takeout game.

The three-Michelin-starred restaurant is now on Caviar, offering a modified version of chef Cesar Ramirez’s praised Japanese and French menu. Delivery items are divided into courses and include chicken soup with truffles and foie gras ($22), veal shank with fingerling potatoes ($60), and dessert options like a Japanese sobacha cake for $22 per slice. The restaurant requires a 48-hour advance notice on all to-go orders.

While pricey compared to most delivery options, Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare’s takeout and delivery menu is quite affordable in comparison to the dine-in experience, where the tasting menu is priced at just under $400 per person before tips.

Eater has reached out for more details on the restaurant’s to-go menu, including whether dishes can be ordered a la carte.

The high-end fine dining spot is not alone in attempting to rework an expensive, indulgent experience for customers who are now required to stay at home during the pandemic. At sushi destination Masa — known as the priciest restaurant in the country — chef Masa Takayama has started offering 20 sushi to-go boxes at $800 each, available every Friday. West Village Italian hotspot Carbone nearly broke Caviar when it started listing its crowd-favorite pasta dishes on the app for delivery, due to the instant customer demand.

Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare

431 West 37th Street, Manhattan, NY 10018 (718) 243-0050 Visit Website

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