The former Bernard's Bistro in Henderson has undergone another switcheroo, this time turning the restaurant into an experimental kitchen designed to help educate members of the local community and serve them very cheap meals.
When chef Bernard Tordjman died late last year, tribute project CB’s Legacy eventually took its place, with Tordjman protégé chef Enrique Delgado reworking the menu and keeping a number of the late chef’s favorites.
Six months later, CB’s Legacy has quietly shuttered and has been replaced by KIT’s Kitchen, its own tribute to "Kids In Transition," promising to help "individuals and families from all backgrounds to enjoy a great meal at a very affordable price."
Currently only open Tuesday to Saturday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., the restaurant is "100% volunteer operated."
When they eventually open for dinner, prices will rise to $10, but for now, all breakfast items are listed at $5 and lunch choices at $6. Future menus will also include "a number of Chef's Bernard's dishes."
Locals, particularly young adults, interested in learning about the hospitality industry, or the workings of a professional kitchen are encouraged to volunteer.