Noord Is Serving Eastern European Eats for One Night

Longtime sous chef Jonnathan Yacashin is taking over the kitchen on December 12th.

Photo by Ted Apostolacus

Noord is ditching its northern European menu — but just for one night.

On Tuesday, December 12th, Noord (which means “north” in Dutch) sous chef Jonnathan Yacashin will take over the kitchen from chef-owner Joncarl Lachman with a menu of Eastern European dishes that they’re calling “Noord Becomes East.”

Yacashin is known in particular for baking the breads served at Noord and at The Dutch, its sister restaurant owned by Lachman and Lee Styer of Fond.

Two different breads show up on his Eastern European menu: a parsnip loaf and a bread filled with potato and cheese. Yacashin will also serve sirek egg cheese, a sliceable, custard-like dish that’s traditionally eaten at Easter.

The four-course menu costs $60 per person, not including tax and gratuity, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. for a 7 p.m. start — and don’t forget to BYOB. Check out the full menu below, and make your reservations here.

Noord Becomes East
December 12th, 2017

Caraway soup
with parsnip bread

Sirek egg cheese & kielbasa
horseradish beet salad

potato and cheese filled bread with Grandma’s pickles

Braised Lamb Haluski Dumpling
melted cabbage, onion, lardons, Bryndza-style crème fraîche