CastlePost Restaurant menu

Herald-Leader Staff ReportMay 13, 2013 

The CastlePost Restaurant is scheduled to open Friday to the general public.

The menu is “prix fixe,” which is a collection of predetermined items presented as a multi-course meal at a set price. The price is $55 per plate if you choose one selection each from three courses, or $66 per plate if you choose one selection from each of six courses.

An 18 percent gratuity is added to all checks.

Here’s a first look at the CastlePost Inn Restaurant menu:

First Course

Amuse-bouche (a single, bite-size hors d’oeuvre)

Second Course (Pick one of three)

Ahi tuna carpaccio: chili oil, shaved radishes, microgreens, preserved lemon vinaigrette

Butter-poached lobster canneloni: heirloom tomato consomme, saffron threads, baby arugula, lemon thyme

Kentucky beef tartare: with fried capers, quail egg, dijon, fig vinegar, pea shoots

Third Course (Pick one of three)

Kentucky heirloom tomato gazpacho: with seared blue prawn, corn relish, nasturtiums

Foie gras torchon: sourdough croustade, white peach and lavender preserves, pickled baby turnips

Baby arugula: pommerey vinaigrette, duck confit, pine nuts, poached duck egg, crispy shallots

Sorbet spoon

Fourth Course (pick one of three)

Seared sea scallop: served with Meyer lemon sabayon, prosciutto crisps, shaved asparagus salad

Foie gras-stuffed duck breast: served with fennel salad, toasted fennel vinaigrette, chive oil, radish greens

Kentucky dry-aged strip: served with fingerling potatoes, mousseline, housemade Worcestershire, crispy kale

Fifth Course:

Cheese plate

Sixth Course (pick one of two)

Lemon curd tart: with blackberry lavender coulis, fresh berries, Grand Marnier whipped chevre

Chocolate mousse: with almond lace cookies, candied walnuts, ice cream

$55 – Three course (choice of one from courses two, three and four)

$66 – Six course (choice of one from all courses)

18 percent gratuity will be added to all checks.

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