The city's food blogs have been all abuzz lately over the changes at Private Social (formerly P|S, formerly Private Social). The daring, often gimmicky modernist menu created by chef Najat Kaanache didn't sit too well with many diners — including critic Leslie Brenner, who gave the revamped restaurant just one star — so they've decided to go back to the drawing board with a fresh new menu of "Awesome Texas Food," which couldn't be more different from Kanaache's first menu.
Gone are the strange powders, pebbles, and 'edible canvases,' replaced by rather pedestrian-sounding items like grilled chicken Caesar salad, fried calamari, a meatball hero, and meat and potatoes entrees (one of which incorporates a "homemade chocolate-hazelnut sauce.") For the more adventurous diner, there's a tasting menu option called "Pilgrim's Odyssey" listed near the bottom of the menu; described as an "adventurous Spanish/Moroccan excursion," the experience can be had for $65 ("Business Class") or $95 ("First Class").
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