The Eleven Madison Park Chicken Dinner

Joelle Mentis, Writer

If there’s an unsung hero on the top menus around New York, it’s the roasted chicken.  Roast chicken especially is a staple for these last few weeks of colder weather.  Then enter the Eleven Madison Park chicken dinner. Yes, Eleven Madison Park has a next-level eat-at-home bird, stuffed with brioche, foie gras and black truffle. You know, the usual things you have lying around the kitchen. You can’t eat chicken by itself, of course, and this version comes with sides and dessert. Sound good? We thought so, too.

Winner Winner, Eleven Madison Park Chicken Dinner

Beloved Eleven Madison Square Park is one of the best restaurants in the world, let alone in NYC.  If you’ve ever been lucky enough to dine within its marble walls, you’ll know that a three Michelin star $400 tasting menu is everything it’s cracked up to be. You’ll also know that when in New York, no dish is more iconic than a classic roast chicken, especially here. So you can bet that people just about lost it when the pandemic hit with  the new offering – the Eleven Madison Park chicken dinner.  Yes, you read that correctly; the Eleven Madison Park chicken dinner is now available for at-home preparation.

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With Easter coming up, or just because it’s spring, you can order your own EMP At Home dinner for up to four guests. The sumptuous meal comes with a D’Artagnan Green Circle Chicken (to cook at home, directions provided).  On the side, expect a snow pea salad, spring garlic custard with a mix of vegetables, bib lettuce with sprouts and carraway crumble. To finish, there’s a delicious dessert of a strawberry tart and chocolate hazelnut granola. Optional starters include caviar and foie gras terrine, and of course, you can choose from a selection of wines and famous cocktails.

If you’re vaccinated and plan to have a girls night out or spice up a Saturday night, the EMP At Home meals are a great way to cater to a crowd. Especially friends that really miss the days of fine dining and eating out. The dinner might taste even better because you know that Daniel Humm, EMP’s owner, converted the restaurant’s kitchen into a commissary for Rethink Food.  Rethink Food is a nonprofit that uses excess food from restaurants to feed those in need.

At the end of the day, an Eleven Madison Park chicken stuffed with foie gras and black truffle will go down easy no matter who cooked it.  Because we still can’t safely dine together indoors at the fine establishment, EMP at home will have to do.

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