Pitchfork Pretty will offer their new “Banchan & Barbecue” service, starting next Monday, June 11. The East Cesar Chavez restaurant helmed by Executive Chef, Max Snyder, will offer a Korean’ish-style prefix menu every Monday night, from 5-10 p.m.

 

The prefix, which is priced at $29/person includes a choice of one meat and endless banchan (small side dishes). Snyder’s menu is a take on Korean-style BBQ inspired by the restaurant’s “Straight-Up Hill Country Cuisine” and locale, and dishes make use of produce grown in Pitchfork Pretty’s Garden, located just a few blocks from the restaurant, in owner Seth Baas’ backyard.

The menu will change based on availability of seasonal ingredients, but example meats include:

Pork Shoulder with Apple Kimchi and Trout Roe

Beef Rib with Black Bean

Griddled Beef Tongue with Chili Jus

Shrimp & Squid with Preserved Lemon and Lime Leaf

*Additional meats can be added for $16

*A Tofu Stew with Eggplant, Grilled Mushroom and Egg is offered for vegetarians

Example banchan offerings include:

Rolled Omelette with Sambal

Glass Noodle with Basil and Sweet Potato

Soy Braised Potato

Cucumber, Green Chile and Seaweed

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The prefix menu also includes purple rice and “Leafy Leaves” from the Pitchfork Pretty Garden, for proper ssam-style wrapping of the meat.

Pitchfork Pretty will now be open for dinner service on Monday nights, and will only offer the “Banchan & Barbecue” menu. Reservations can be made via the Pitchfork Pretty website and OpenTable.

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