Last Supper At Nana In The Anatole

by Crave Staff

On June 9th 2012, Nana at the Hilton Anatole will close. Open since 1984, the restaurant has enjoyed an amazing twenty-seven-year run marked by delicious food and top-notch chefs. To honor the restaurant Nana will host a very special chef’s menu prepared by the iconic past Nana chefs including Chef Ronald Rosenbaum, Chef Douglas Brown, Chef David McMillan and Chef Antony Bombaci.

“I am certainly sad to see Nana’s closure – but at the same time, excited to see the birth & success of our new restaurant SĒR,” said Bombaci.

The chef’s menu will be served on Friday, June 8th by reservation. Cost for the special dinner is $75. Reservations are available by calling 214.761.7470.         

Here is a look at the final menu. We will be at the dinner and have photos Monday morning. 

Appetizer trio featuring

Honey glazed grilled shrimp, lobster relleno and oysters with cilantro pesto

Chef Ronald Rosenbaum

Foie Gras Torchon

White Balsamic Pearls, Black Mission Figs, Pop Rock Salt, Brioche

Chef Douglas Brown

Anise & Syrah laquered squab breast,

Corn & truffle pudding with squab, farro & huckleberry boudin

Chef David McMillan

Grilled Filet of Beef, Red Wine Onions, Seared Potato Gnocchi, Asparagus Tips

Chef Anthony Bombaci

Chocolate Truffle, Cinder Toffee, “Cool Whip”, Milk Stout Bubbles

Chef Anthony Bombaci

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