Don’t Just See Art, Eat It Too

Reading, January 2, 1932 Oil on canvas Pablo Picasso Spanish, (worked in France) 1881–1973 51 3/16 x 38 3/8 in. Courtesy Musée National Picasso, Paris, © 2010 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

The entire TASTE Culinary Team has been working overtime to create a menu inspired by Picasso exhibit at SAM. We love combining Art and Food and there’s never been a more exciting time to create an amazing experience for our guests.

Below are just a little tastes  of what you can get when you swing by TASTE Restaurant after viewing the Masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso in Paris  at the Seattle Art Museum, now until January 17, 2011.

SAVORY

sautéed padrón peppers    |  alaskan sea salt                            

smoked rice   |  chorizo, marinated mussels, tomato demi, preserved lemon

parisian gnocchi   |  fall mushrooms, sweet cream, browned butter, fried fennel

 

SWEET

the blue period |  cinnamon sugar churros, jalapeno ice jam, local saffron,   chocolate sipping sauce

the rose period    |  goat cheese pumpkin gateau, california olive oil, cranberry-marcona almond nougat

the cubist masterpiece  two classic desserts deconstructed

|  yogurt flan, candied egg yolk, maple dulce

|  jones creek pear tarte tatin, biscuit, black pepper ice cream

SIP

the bohemian  |  green charteuse, luxardo maraschino, clement rhum, lemon

cubismo   |  seven hills tempranillo sangria, clement creole shrub, lustau cream sherry, amaretto almond milk, gelatin

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