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Join our table at Kinfolk! Chef Greg Lutes features local organic produce, sustainable seafood and all natural meats throughout his inventive menu.
We'll enjoy Kinfolk's best dishes:
Knoll Farms baby greens
radish, avocado, mint and rhubarb vinaigrette
Seared Sea Scallops & Crisp Pork Belly
ragout of wild mushroom and black truffle with sauce diable
Uni Creme Brûlée
hackelback caviar, golden trout roe, tobikko, toast
Grilled Purple Asparagus
crispy ranch egg, green garlic and lemon
Crudo of Hamachi
Brokaw avocado, pickled okra, kumquat and Calabrian chili
Shaved Asparagus, Baby Kale and Pea Shoot Salad
burrata, strawberries and sunflower seeds
Dungeness Crab Salad
shaved fennel, mizuna, hamada mandarin, white miso "thousand island" and crispy potato
Quinoa and Lentil Cakes
kale and wild mushrooms, sprouts, shoots and seeds, spicy avocado coulis, house-made voudavan broth
asparagus, baby kale, wild mushrooms, smoked mozzarella, creme fraiche and guanciale
artichoke and ramps barigoule, pink lentil hummus and pistou
Grilled Sonoma T-Bones
soft polenta, knoll farm pea shoots, cipollini, calabria green olives, mint, roasted garlic vinaigrette
Pan Crisped Duck Breast
kung pao brussel sprouts, sprouted beans, hazelnut, date and mango jam
Inside Scoop: (http://insidescoopsf.sfgate.com/blog/2014/04/15/kinfolk-finds-a-permanent-location-in-bernal-heights/) For the last several months (http://insidescoopsf.sfgate.com/blog/2013/10/23/kinfolk-popping-up-three-nights-a-week-at-903-in-bernal-heights/), Kinfolk has been popping up regularly for brunch and dinner at 903 Cortland. Well, it’s moving up.
The chef-owner behind the project is Greg Lutes, and he’s finally found a permanent location — and as it turns out, it’s just a few doors down from 903.
Lutes has inked a deal to take over 919 Cortland Avenue, which was most recently home to Pizza Express, though it’s currently home to a dirt floor. After a full build-out, Kinfolk is hoped to open this summer, with 40 seats — double the size of its set-up at 903.
Lutes describes his cooking at Kinfolk as American and Californian; at his pop up, he offers both in an a la carte or in a tasting menu format ($70 is the current price tag). To get an idea of the kind of food that Kinfolk has been doing, check out the recent menus on the website (http://kinfolksf.com/).
$55 nonrefundable ticket covers our dinner, tax, tip and PayPal transaction fee. Additional dishes and beverages may be purchased separately. Menu subject to substitutions and adjustments based on the number of diners.