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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Leon's Oyster Shed visiting chef series continues with Chef Einat Admony

Two words: Persian chicken

Posted by Kinsey Gidick on Tue, Aug 22, 2017 at 3:27 PM

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New York's Chef Einat Admony took falafel and made it special, according to the Village Voice. The Tel-Aviv born chef — who credits preparing her family's Shabbat dinners as the start of her culinary love affair — is the woman behind NYC's modern Israeli restaurant Balaboosta, Bar Bolonat, and falafel spot Taïm.

Now she's bringing her modern Israeli/Mediterranean expertise to Charleston when she stops by Leon's Oyster Shed for its Sat. Sept. 9 guest chef dinner.

According to Leon's owner Brooks Reitz, Admony is one of his favorite NYC chefs and for her Charleston event she'll present some of her favorite foods inspired by Leon’s favorite ingredients: oysters, shrimp, seafood, and, of course, chicken.

The dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. with drinks and passed snacks, followed by a family style meal with wine. The$ 75 ticket includes beer, wine, dinner, and a specialty cocktail created for evening.

The menu is as follows:

Passed:
Local Oysters, Preserved Lemon Granita
Shrimp Kataif, Green Tobiko Sauce, Cucumber Salad
Sabich Tostadas, Eggplant, Egg, Amba Aioli

First:
Za’atar Laffe, Labneh and Silan
Ceviche, Pineapple, Gooseberries, Chilies, Red Onion, Crispy Kataif
Japanese Eggplant, Asian Tahini, Togarashi Shallots, Cilantro

Second:
Cast Iron Persian Chicken, Pomegranate and Walnuts
Roasted Vegetables with Dates and Garlic
Persian Rice

Dessert:
Leon’s Soft Serve with Feuille de Brick, Halva, and Chocolate Covered Matzo

Tickets may be purchased tickets at eventbrite.com.

Location Details Leon's Oyster Shop
Leon's Oyster Shop
698 King St.
Downtown
Charleston, SC
(843) 531-8500
Lunch & Dinner
Seafood and American

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