The menu for the weekend of May 1-2, created by Pellegrini in collaboration with Coté
,is as follows (menu subject to change due to availability):
– Marfa Cucumber Soup | cilantro flowers, Springdale honey, micro chive, wood sorrel
– Spring Salad | farro, beet chips, pickled chard stems, Brussels sprouts leaves, lemon vinaigrette
– Soft Deep Fried Egg | herb pistou, fava, purple top turnips, toasted almond
– Olive Oil Black Drum | fennel & lemon risotto, smoked tomato jam, candied kumquat, coffee bean
– Brown Butter Financier | roasted strawberry, citrus basil ice cream, ginger
Reservations can be made by calling 512.428.6500 or online, at EdenEastAustin.com.
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About Eden East:
Located at 755 Springdale Road in the heart of east Austin, Eden East is farm to table without ever leaving the farm. At Eden East, guests dine al fresco in the shadow of a 1920s farmhouse surrounded by an exquisitely decorated pecan orchard and under the shade of a ‘living chandelier’ housed in the branches of a majestic 40 foot tall Elm tree fruited with light bulbs, flowing strings of crystal and huge handcrafted wind chimes. Eden East‘s menu and milieu has been called “passionate” by Serious Eats, “romantic” by Zagat and hailed as “consciously crafted cuisine” by Forbes Travel Guide. The restaurant was named one of the “Best Outdoor Dining Restaurants in America” by OpenTable and was the lone Austin dining destination — and one of only four Texas restaurants — to appear on the hallowed hot list. The signature restaurant of award-winning chef Sonya Coté, Eden East provides the most shining example to date of the wonderful grower / chef partnership.
“Quintessentially farm-to-table, Eden East is both beautiful and charming. Tucked away on Springdale Farm, dine al fresco at community tables among towering pecan trees under suspended crystals and twinkling lights. Yes, please.” – AUSTIN CHRONICLE
“Coté is excited to bring diners to the source of their food in hopes of showing the work that goes into growing each tomato and harvesting every eggplant…artfully plated dishes…the freshest seasonal bounty.” – FORBES TRAVEL GUIDE
“There’s farm to table… and then there’s Eden East. In the dreamy twilight haze, food tastes more alive, conversation is more real and somehow more intimate, the sounds of the farm seduce, and it all just kind of goes to your head — this is dinner in paradise.” – CAMILLE STYLES
“Eden East defies description. It’s like a high-end picnic—and there’s truly nothing like it in Austin right now.” – TRIBEZA