The Green Table is a farm to table restaurant in Chelsea Market that serves a menu made with fresh ingredients purchased daily in local farms and green markets. This place has definitely some charm with its decor that could make you think you are in a home somewhere in the country side, with, of course, green tables and flowers.
We went for brunch and I admit that we did not know what to order, the menu having so many dishes we wanted to try, some of them original, like the butternut squash waffles or the burger with kimchi. We decided to go for comfort food. First was the deviled eggs.
What I really liked is that it was not your regular deviled eggs, and also that the four halves were different. My favorite was the bacon-relish one that had a nice smoky flavor. But, don't get me wrong: they were all delicious.
We then opted for the farm egg casserole, made with goat cheese and veggies, and served with toast.
That was a great dish, the egg being perfectly cooked and runny, as I love them; the only negative was that there was not enough goat cheese in it. But even, I would reorder it.
The last dish was the chicken liver pâté.
I loved the presentation that was very rustic. And the pâté, house made, was fantastic: flavorful and delicious. It was served with cornichons, mustard, grilled bread and an aspic cassis that I did not care for.
That was very good and I cannot wait to go back to try their mac and cheese that the table next to us ordered: it looked so yummy...
Enjoy (I did)!
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