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What I Ate: April 2, 2011 (The Noble Pig)

Posted 9 April, 2011 at 1:51pm by Michael Chu
(Filed under: Dining, What I Ate)

It's no secret that my favorite sandwich place in Austin is The Noble Pig. What I haven't talked about is the incredible once-a-month dinners that The Noble Pig offers. Tina and I went to the March and April dinners (April was vegetarian themed) and found both to be delightful. The meals start at 7pm and run about 2.5 hours for four courses. The cost is $55 per person and you must make reservations ahead of time. I posted an article about the Noble Pig Dinners on Cooking For Engineers with more pictures.

The Noble Pig - Yellowtail Hamachi with carrots, carrot puree and green chili oil

The Noble Pig - Green Garlic Risotto with Flat Leaf Parsley Chip and Garlip Chips

The Noble Pig - Poteet Strawberry Cake with Ricotta Gelato, Aged Balsamic and Sugar Cured Lemons

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