First Look: Kevin Sbraga’s Opening Menu For The Fat Ham

The Fat Ham | Country fried chicken lobster

Country fried chicken lobster | Photo by Vanessa Beahn

In just a few days Kevin Sbraga will open the doors at The Fat Ham–his new Southern-inspired spot in the former Tria wine bar space at 3131 Walnut Street. Obviously, there will be pork in abundance, but you can also expect inventive veggies as well as dishes and flavors that pull from all over the South. Here’s our first peek at the opening night menu.

the-fat-ham-menu-previewThe Fat Ham [Foobooz]

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  • Yeah yeah yeahs

    Oh the ubiquitous benne seed…

    • 75 South

      On the ubiquitous price-less menu.

      Best of luck to them, though. Sbraga is great and I hope this place is, too.

      • CVT

        Menu pricing is very resonable.

        • no

          I see no proof of that. In fact, I assume that, of any establishment, that if the prices are not clearly listed on their products, that it means either 1) They are ashamed of them, or 2) that they are trying to trick me, or 3) that they are not for sale.

          And then I take my wallet elsewhere.

          • CVT

            At the restaurant the prices are on the menu. Everything is under $20 with most being $10-$12.

          • tjt

            or they hadn’t come up with final prices yet for the menu they sent out for publicity. i mean, it isn’t even on their webpage. damn.

          • restaurant dude

            no one cares. and everything on the menu is under $15

          • Art from Foobooz

            Here’s the menu with prices.

          • jay

            I’m not really sure what you’re railing against. Do you like to plan your meals out in advance? You seem so self-righteous. The place hadn’t opened by the time this was posted (and I had seen a menu with prices on Michael Klein’s blog.)

            Is there a constant danger of you showing up at a place and being mistaken about pricing? I can’t remember the last time i went to a place and had no idea the bill was going to be large. Perhaps that’s because lots of places post their prices (to your point) but haven’t you read enough food blogs to get the general idea?

  • Large Marge

    I want to eat it all!!

  • variable

    Dat chocolate chip cookie skillet

  • Bryan Deemer

    Smoked lamb belly sounds amazing.