Lazy Betty, Atlanta’s award-winning modern and inventive tasting menu restaurant from 2023 James Beard Award Best Chef Southeast semifinalists and partners Ron Hsu and Aaron Phillips, will begin offering guests a four-course menu in addition to its seven-course menu on Wednesday, May 3.
Guests can start with Caviar Service, order wine pairings for each course and even add courses including Perigord Truffle Risotto, Warmed Diver Scallop with preserved black truffle, puff pastry & chive béarnaise and A-5 Miyazaki Ribeye with black truffle pommes Anna & truffle jus. The four-course lineup for $100/person includes the following dishes, plus amuses and petit fours to end the meal. A vegetarian version is also available.
Sacramento Delta Asparagus, parmesan sabayon, bottarga, ramps, spring herbs
Caramelized Sunchoke Tortellini, Santa Barbara uni, Irtysh River caviar, créme fraîche
Crown-Roasted Dry-Aged Duck, confit tartlette, toasted pecan, foie gras, sweet potato, sauce bigarade
Honey Thyme Cremeux, blueberry sorbet, honey vanilla reduction, almond
The launch of the four-course menu comes on the heels of Lazy Betty receiving a Sensory Inclusive Certification from KultureCity. Conducted annually, Lazy Betty’s team training is led by medical professionals and teaches staff how to recognize guests with sensory needs and how to handle a sensory overload situation. Sensory sensitivities or challenges with sensory regulation are often experienced by individuals with autism, dementia, PTSD and other similar conditions.