Wild Mushroom Soup with toasted chorizo ravioli
Upside Down Tuna Tarte with fennel, Japanese cucumber and aïoli
Slow-Poached Farm Egg “In a Jar” with Maine lobster,
hon shimeji mushroom, and sea urchin froth
Alsatian Buckwheat Späetzle with Yellowfin tuna paillard crudo, roasted foie gras, pine nuts and black pepper gastrique
House Made Alsatian Country Sausage with sauerkraut and whole-grain mustard sauce
Duck Confit à l’Orange with Brussels sprouts and fingerling
Braised Tripe with chickpeas and harissa aïoli
I usually do two savories and one dessert per person. Even though it's "small plates" a lot of the items are a little tough to share. It's doable but a little awkward.
2nd the egg in a jar, liverwurst, mushroom soup with chorizo ravioli, pork belly, seared scallops with cauliflower. And the beignets.
I'm sad to see that the Long Island duck breast with pistachio sauce and peppercorn encrusted apples is now gone!
I really liked the grilled scallops last time I was there (the cauliflower and pumpkin emulsion went well with the scallops).
Most other dishes I had were good as well, but didn't leave as much of a mark on me as this (although maybe that's because I'm a fan of seared/grilled scallops).
I don't know if dessert would be on the menu or not (if you have plans elsewhere for cake or something), but most of their dessert menu is pretty good (my favorite being the dark chocolate pistachio dome; although if you get it, don't neglect the ice cream or it'll melt).
I haven't tried as many of their cocktails, but did enjoy the Beneventano the last time I was there.