The Twisted Frenchman Brings Molecular Cuisine to Pittsburgh
Instead of pendant lamps, flower bouquets dangle above the spare, modernist booths at The Twisted Frenchman, which brings molecular gastronomy to a city more accustomed to peasant fare. Fresh duck is cooked sous vide, accompanying carrots are dehydrated (then rehydrated) for a less fibrous texture, and dessert is edible performance art: Smoke ripples across your table as Chef Andrew Garbarino pours liquid nitrogen over melted chocolate.
By Kelly Bastone, AFAR Contributor
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128 S Highland Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206, USA