Around this time of year at Picholine, it’s game on. The wild-game tasting menu ($110) is a superb six-course showcase of various country critters in citified guise, rrems reports.
Typical dishes include mallard duck pot-au-feu, game gelée with Jerusalem artichoke mousseline and truffled toasts, venison au poivre (with parsnip pain perdu and huckleberries), and red-legged partridge (with Tokyo turnips and foie gras sabayon). “The regular menu is excellent too,” rrems adds, “but for those who appreciate game this is not to be missed.”
Board Link: Picholine–wild game tasting menu