A Portfolio of food Merchandising
Our objective for creating food for our client is simple:
Whether its upscale or downmarket,
we aim to stimulate appetites
1. We make the familiar look interesting.
In other words, we transform tired old favorites
into excitingly new taste propositions.
2. We make the interesting feel familiar.
In other words, take something that might be strange or off-putting and transform it into a dish that makes customers feel comfortable and willing to experiment.
Get Serious About Bar Food
Ramp Up the Flavor Profiles
Lamb Shank, Roquefort Cheese, Coarse Polenta, Chunky Green Sauce
For Up-Scale Projects
Is your papillote getting tired and soggy?
Roast Halibut for two in a golden balloon
... into a "volcanic" extravaganza
Put a New Twist on a Contemporary Menu Cliches:
Wrap goat cheese in a beet carpaccio and top with fennel salad.
Steak Tartare "Iced" with Caviar
Your Customers Don'T Know What 'Nduja is?
Smear some on a familiar heritage pork chop
and top it with sweet and sour onions.
Keep Pasta Seriously Seasonal
Truffled Ricotta Ravioli, Celery Root Puree, Crisp Leeks
Go for Maximum Drama
Asian Bouillabaisse Cooking in a Paper "Dish" Over a Live Flame
Glorify a Hum-Drum Steak
Top it with Fried Oysters and Brown-Butter Bearnaise
Convert a humdrum steak sandwich ...
... into a mountain of flavors and textures with bitter broccoli rabb, crunchy haystack potatoes and grarant basil oil
Remerchandising American Diner Classics
Build a Better Burger:
Pastrami Reuben Burger w/ Provolone, Tangy Slaw, Crunchy Fried Onions, Russian Dressing
Make an Irressistible Starter or Snack
Great Balls of Fire: Chilipepper Mac & Cheese Balls
The All-Day Breakfast Sandwich
Spicy Fried Chicken, Bacon, Tomato, Runny Egg, Pimento
Salsa-Roast Pork, Pickled Red Onions & Avocado in a Tomato-Chipotle Dipping Sauce.
A Mexi-Dip called
Globalize the Classic French Dip:
Invent a Regional Specialty
Fried Green Tomatoes "Benedict" on a Biscuit
Don't Hide the Point
Show Off the Fish on a Smoked Salmon Omelet
Rethinking Spaghetti & Meatballs
One Giant Meatball Makes a Memorable Impression
Boost the selling proposition of rack of lamb with rashers of house-made lamb bacon
Tail Wags Dog
Sure, your New York strip steak is USDA prime. But ours parades through the dining room atop a skillet full of smoking herbs!
Here's a slice through the pig (for two) -- from pork chop to pork belly -- braised and then fried. With a hedgerow of crispy fat.
Electrify The Dining Room
Coddled in Linen
Reinvent Surf & Turf
Seared scallops & foie gras
A New Take on...