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Um Segredo pays homage to Portuguese cuisine during a five-course pork-riddled menu with all proceeds benefitting The Red Cross.
Due to Hurricane Sandy's havoc-wrecking force, Chef David Santos is putting his new restaurant opening on hold and therefore has time to squeeze in one of his delicious Um Segredo Supper Club dinners on November 8th and 9th to benefit those who have suffered hurricane damage. This week Chef Santos will prepare a special five-course menu paying homage to his Portuguese roots and his uncle who is a pig farmer back at home. This pork-riddled menu will feature the kind of inventive, hearty, dishes that Santos is known for as he adds his special flare to traditional Portuguese fare.
As our favorite chef prepares to enter the New York City restaurant scene with the opening of Louro in the West Village, we are proud to continue supporting his critically-acclaimed supper club series. For those who have not attended on of Santos's dinners, this week's Um Segredo is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of one of NYC's best alternative dining experiences.
Pigs Ear Terrine
piri piri cabbage, parsley puree
Pork & Clams
braised pork shoulder, manila clams, crostini
smoked tomato sauce, portuguese rice
Roasted Pork Loin
braised kale, heirloom potatoes, onion vin
poached figs, brown sugar crumble, bay ice cream