Nothing gets us quite excited like seasonal menu changes, especially when it means we can throw on an oversized sweater and indulge on comfort foods. While the Jack-o-lanterns may be gone, the fall flavors are in full swing at Gram & Dun with their new seasonal menu. The new menu rolls out today during lunch, and trust us, you won't want to miss what they'll be serving up. A few highlights:
Braised Rabbit Legs Reminiscent of chicken & dumplings, the culinary team at Gram & Dun takes this classic dish a step further with two rabbit components in the place of the "chicken": the braised legs themselves and a pan-seared rabbit sausage. The braising process includes a mixture of rabbit stock, Mirepoix, garlic, thyme, and rosemary, making for succulent and flavorful legs. The "dumpling" element? Sautéed spätzle with kale. Mustard jus tops off the entire dish.
Winter Garden This salad pulls everything you love about fall/winter flavors all into one dish with hearty components of sweet potatoes, curry roasted carrots, roasted broccoli and caramelized balsamic onion. The garden is complete after being tossed with fresh parsley, almonds, and feta, and a light vinaigrette of lemon-roasted red pepper, shallot, garlic, parsley, sherry vinegar and oil.
Pumpkin Agnolotti To simply put it, this dish is a pumpkin lover's dream. From filling to shaping, the agnolotti pastas are made from scratch in-house. These tender, bite-sized pillows of pasta are then filled with pumpkin and tossed with a creamy coconut sauce, sage, and cippolini onion. And if that's not enough pumpkin flavor for you, the chefs top the pasta with caraway roasted pumpkin seeds and brown butter powder.
Chicken & Waffles This guest favorite is back and pretty self explanatory, except for a few special tweaks this time around. For starters, the base is a malted waffle; crisp on the outside, fluffy on the inside. Its co-star is a Paillard-style chicken, pounded out and coated in seasoned flour and fried to a perfect crisp. Every Chicken & Waffle is made-to-order and served with honey butter, real maple syrup, and a drizzle of Texas Pete Hot Sauce reduction.