Circa 1886 Introduces Menu Suitable for Warm or Cold Weather

Could an elevated egg-in-a-basket (aka toad-in-the-hole; one-eyed Jack; egg-in-a-hat; framed egg and gashouse egg) vault Circa 1886 to the top of the TripAdvisor list?

The Wentworth Mansion restaurant – which currently rates second with TripAdvisor reviewers, lagging behind Hall’s Chophouse – last week rolled out a new all-weather menu, featuring the egg-in-a-basket with which Restaurant Week “diners fell in love,” according to a press release.

Other Restaurant Week menu holdovers include pumpkin seed-granola encrusted pork tenderloin and a caramel banana cake. Among the new dishes are a cardamom-braised lamb shank with celery root and flageolet mousseline (for when it’s cold outside) and a sake-brined salmon (for when temperatures rise.)

Circa 1886 is also introducing a five-course tasting menu, priced at $75 or $115 with wine pairings.

For more information or reservations, visit the restaurant’s website or call 853-7828.

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