clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Noord Popping-Up at The Farm and Fisherman

New, 2 comments

While Philly eagerly awaits chef Joncarl Lachman's northern European restaurant, Noord, everyone will get the chance to check out the goods at a pop-up going down at The Farm and Fisherman on April 22, from 6 p.m. until 9:15 p.m.

For $65 per person, diners will get a five-course meal from Lachman, who is taking over Josh Lawler's kitchen for the night. The event is BYOB, so make sure you plan to bring your favorite Alsatian wines to pair with goodies on Lachman's menu, which will ultimately appear at Noord, opening later this season. Some of the specialty dishes that are making an appearance include lohikettio, a Finnish chowder; Snert, a Dutch pea soup; vinegar-marinated rabbit, wild boar lardon, and buttercake with brandy almond cream.

Make sure to call The Farm and Fisherman (267.687.1555) to secure your reservations for this special event.

DE BOERDERIJ EN VISSER - menukaart

Amuse Bouche
Maatjesharing
Cucumber, Pickled Onion, Toasted Whitebread Rusk

First Course
Lohikeitto (Finnish salmon chowder)
Leeks, Cream, Dill, Parsley, savory-ish cookie
-or-
Snert (Dutch pea soup)
smoked sausage, braised pork, mustard, rye

Second Course
Suriname Curry Lamb Shoulder
Madame Jeanette peppers, buttered pigeon peas, and mint
-or-
Pan Roasted Quail (or thrush)
Zuurkool (Dutch sauerkraut), roasted fingerling potatoes, and apple gastrique
-or-
Konijn in het Zuur (Rabbit Marinated in Vinegar)
Wild boar belly lardons, turnips, brussels sprouts, caraway butter, and brasing jus

Third Course
Shellfish and Smoked Salmon Waterzooi
-or-
Shellfish Zuurkool (shellfish steamed with braised cabbage, and pork bits)

Fourth Course
Boterkoek met Advocaat (buttercake with brandy almond cream)
-or-
Dutch Chocolate Custard

· All Noord Coverage [~EPHI~]
· All Pop-Up Coverage [~EPHI~]

Noord

1046 Tasker Street, , PA 19148 (267) 909-9704 Visit Website

The Farm and Fisherman

1120 Pine Street, Philadelphia, PA

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Eater Philadelphia newsletter

The freshest news from the local food world