Sbraga Is Celebrating Five Years

And they're doing it with a throwback menu full of classics from opening night.


The foie gras soup that made Sbraga famous.

Hey, you guys heard the news that Sylva Senat is going to be on the newest season of Top Chef, right?

Well Philly’s original Top Chef, Kevin Sbraga, is celebrating something, too. It’s been five years since he opened his namesake restaurant on Broad Street after winning Season 7. He was part of the generation of chefs that kicked off the newest Philadelphia restaurant revolution that we’re in the late stages of right now. And now, he’s an institution with multiple locations, a fast casual concept and a two-week-long celebration of how far he’s come since opening night.

So how does a chef celebrate something like that? With a prix fixe throwback menu featuring dishes from his original Sbraga menu.

Sbraga will be offering this celebration menu from October 24 to November 5. It’ll run you $45 (the regular $55 prix fixe menu will be available as well), and can be paired with a cocktail taken from the opening week menu or a full wine pairing for $30.


Amuse Bouche
foie gras soup, rose petal relish

First Course
baby gem lettuce, chicken galantine, black truffles, locatelli

Second Course
pumpkin agnolotti, sage brown butter, anchovies

Main Course
crispy fluke, curry remoulade, pickled vegetables
6 oz filet mignon, sauce choron, hen of the woods mushrooms ($20 supplement)

mascarpone mousse, coffee granita, chocolate streusel

No substitutions will be available.

Wine pairings: $30

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