3-Michelin-Star Celebrity Chef Dominique Crenn Takes Meat Off The Menu
San Francisco-based celebrity chef Dominique Crenn — who has a 3-Michelin-Star rating — has announced that she has taken meat off the menu at all of her restaurants.
The talented chef — who runs three restaurants, with one more set to open soon — hasn’t served any meat for over a month now. All four establishments offer sustainable seafood to diners, but land-based meat is gone for good.
“Meat is insanely complicated” Crenn explained, “both within the food system and the environment as a whole…it felt easier to just remove it from the menus all together.”
“Local and sustainable fish and vegetables are just as, if not more, versatile—and delicious.”
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Dominique Crenn Restaurant Menus
Announcing the animal-friendly move, Crenn — who operates her restaurants as the Crenn Dining Group — also shared some of the vegetarian dishes that have been added to the menu.
The new options include a $475 “Grand Feast” and a $225 tasting menu. The restaurant group is also now offering a “Moveable Feast,” which involves diners moving between three of the restaurants for their meal.
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