Good news! Atelier Crenn is serving up farm-fresh comfort food for just $35. The bad news? It’s selling out quickly.
In response to the crisis, the Michelin three-star restaurant has replaced the usual gastronomical spectacle with healthy and wholesome “Crenn Kits”. There are two types of meal kits on offer, a $35 one and a $55 one. The price covers one person and you’re only able to order for up to 4 people.
All meals are strictly meat-free, with a strong focus on keeping the Bay Area nourished and satisfied. The smaller menu is made up of a mini brioche, Bleu Belle Farm vegetable soup, vegetable lasagna and a dessert from Pastry Chef Juan Contreras, while the larger menu is mini brioche, Bleu Belle farm vegetable soup, vegetable fricassée, cheese course, baguette and dessert.
In addition to these delicious food packs, you can order wine baskets supplied by surrounding wineries. More importantly, 25% of these sales will go directly to the former staff and you can also treat the medical staff at UCSF to a kit.
These Michelin star meal kits can be ordered via Tock, where you can select a date and time.
Featured image: Atelier Crenn