Prometheus’ liver pâté on buttered pain de Déméter with a pickle garnish
Deconstructed heirloom tomato soup with tantalizing chunks of free-range Pelops shoulder, served with a plate of seasonal fruits that you may look at but, if you try to eat, our servers will pull away from you
Those who wish to have a child-sized portion should ask for the “Tereus” version
Mythical Pad Thai
Medusa hair pasta stir-fried with Leda’s eggs, meat from the jowls of Circe’s pigs, and firm tofu, flavored with garum and the heat of Medea’s anger
Ancient grain-crusted smoked ox served with prayers in a glaze of entrails
Either something more delicious than the meat option or absolute crap (V)
Lotus flowers drizzled with Athena’s finest olive oil and speckled with herbed herbs
Warning: you may start feeling sleepy after this course, but that is totally normal!
Dessert of the Gods
Pomegranate mousse topped with exactly six seeds, drops of ambrosia and nectar, three slices of golden apple, and rosy ladyfingers
Sea-Dark Wine (8–7th Century BC)
Lofty ambition aromas and hypermasculine essences with a smoky epic finish
Dionysus’ Tears (405 BC)
Earthy overtones meet a fruit-forward bouquet, full-bodied on the palate with notes of revenge
Yung In Chae charges only $300 a head for this six-course dinner, a paltry $50 per course.