There’s a new Chef’s Table in town at Hamilton’s Kitchen
Written By Scott Joseph On September 30, 2014
News from the Flog
Hamilton’s Kitchen Adds Chef’s Table Experience at Alfond Inn
Since he took over Hamilton’s Kitchen at the Alfond Inn about five months ago, executive chef Mark Kusche has been making big changes, and all for the better. In case you missed it, here is the re-review I did in July. The restaurant has better focus, and there is an emphasis on local ingredients and market-fresh fare.
One of Kusche’s more recent additions is a Chef’s Table dining experience, which features five courses, each paired with an appropriate wine, for a very reasonable $125 per person. It’s served at the large farm table just outside the big kitchen window, so guests seated there have a great view of what’s going on inside the kitchen as well as in the dining room. Kusche and his other staff members serve the guests seated at the table and explain each dish.
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Next Supper Club at Eddie V’s
Please join me for an evening of fine dining and excellent wines at Eddie V’s, the elegant restaurant on Sand Lake Road’s Restaurant Row. In case you missed my review, I love the sophistication of Eddie V’s, with its beautiful multilevel dining room, snazzy, jazzy lounge and lovely lakeside location.
The dinner is Friday, October 24, 2014 at 7 p.m. The cost is $95 per person plus tax ($100.70 total). Gratuity is included. The actual value of the dinner and wines is $177 but is being offered at this special price exclusively for our Supper Club.