Lithuanian Dinner with Michael Laiskonis

sbraga-dinner-picKevin Sbraga is hosting chef Michael Laiskonis on Wednesday, November 6th for an “inspiring” Lithuanian menu. Is your eyebrow raised? Well maybe you don’t know enough about Laiskonis. The classically trained chef was Le Bernardin’s pastry chef and is now the creative director at New York’s Institute of Culinary Education. He’s also won accolades from Guide Michelin, the James Beard Foundation, Bon Appetit and the New York Times among others.

Laiskonis is also proud of his Lithuanian heritage and much like he’s doing at COOK, he’s showing off the traditions and flavors of Lithuania in his creative menu.

The dinner is $150 per person including beverage pairing and all taxes and gratuity.




Textures of Borscht Amuse Bouche
Herring with Smoked Potato, Pickled Parsnip and Carrot
Savory Lamb Dumpling “Cepelinai”
Roasted Duck with Chanterelle, Cabbage, and Fried Black Bread
Poppy Seed Beignet “Spurgos” with Huckleberry, Crème Fraiche Sorbet
Apple Confit with Rye Tuile, “Alus” Beer Ice Cream

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  • Danuta

    interesting, but all most people eat in lithuania is stew and spuds. this sounds much better