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August 23, 2020

Senia Takeaway

L-R: Burrata, pickled cherry, green chili jam; Pistachio & Pink Peppercorn Flatbread; Charred Broccoli, sesame, apricot, lemon; Prime Beef Ribeye Salad, hasselback potato, pickled tomato, watercress vierge; Strawberry Mousse Cake. 


Every week, Chef Anthony Rush and Pastry Chef Mimi Mendoza have been creating new menus for Senia's Takeaway dinners for two, four, or six people.  In addition to dinner, you can add on cocktails, wine pairings, pastry boxes, and bake at home cookies.

The takeaways are super popular and have been selling out fast.  I stalked resy.com for hours until reservations opened and while I thought about what time would be best to pick up, the time slot I chose got filled!  Luckily, I was still able to put in my order.

Picking up the takeaway was super simple.  They will text you for your car's make and model and your order will be ready for curbside pickup on Smith Street.

Not only was the menu amazing, the details in the presentation of the meal were beautiful as well.  Everything was ready to eat except the flatbread which needed to be heated in the oven for 5 minutes and the dressing for the salad needed to be warmed up on the stove.  The simple preparations were done in no time and we were ready to enjoy our Senia Takeaway.  We enjoyed our meal so much, we already knew we were going to order again.  

Next weekend's menu goes live Sunday night on Senia's IG! 

  

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