New Fall Menu for the Farmacy

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Rx the Farmacy in West Philadelphia has updated its menu for fall and added a $35 pick your courses option. We’re most intrigued by the “lobster skins,” lobster, smoked gouda horseradish cream, vidalia jam and topped with bacon. Sounds as fun as the duck breast sounds good.




 

Centerpieces

Green Goddess Dip – 9

creamy herb & vegetable dip, pita, fresh vegetables

Farm Board – 14

chef’s selection of cheeses, cured meats, pickled vegetables, house-made preserves, stone-ground mustard

Bread n’ Butter – 5

rotating selection of house-made bread and butter

1st Course

Soup du Jour – 5

house-made soup of the day

Forrest Salad – 10

artisanal greens, cherries, apples, toasted almonds, local chevre, apple-cider walnut vinaigrette

half-size available

Caesar Salad – 9

romaine hearts, grilled bread, shaved parmesan

half-size available

Second Course

Lobster Skins – 12

lobster, smoked gouda horseradish cream, vidalia jam, bacon

Tie-Dyed Salmon – 11

brie grilled cheese, frisee, orange, artisanal, pickled onion

Mac n’ Cheese – 9

truffle, brioche crumbs

add lobster for $3

General Tso’s Wings* – 10

crispy carrots and celery, peppercorn ranch

Sausages – 10

braised vegetables, stone-ground mustard

3rd Course

Duck Breast – 18

quinoa, cherries, walnuts, cippolini onion, braised cabbage, herb jus

Teres Major – 18

white truffle-parmesan frites, chanterelle essence

Crab Cake – 17

bacon polenta, sautéed kale, stone-ground mustard crab aioli

Sage & Nutmeg “Pate a Choux” Gnocchi – 15

Golden raisins, chanterelles, crispy sage, butternut squash cream

Vegan Shepherds Pie – 15

organic lentils, cippolini onions, english peas, root vegetables, porcini stock, whipped yukon gold potatoes, vidalia ribbons

4th Course

Seasonal Crème Brûlée – 7

rotating selection

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  • Eric @ The Farmacy

    Thanks for the support!

  • PJ Sedgwick

    Wish you had more vegan options.

  • no

    You’re charging $5 for bread? I stopped reading right there, not interested.

    • Alimentarian

      And what’s with the $14 for the Farm Board? Why isn’t that stuff free?