Address: 3839 Spring Mountain Road
Hours: Open Tuesday to Sunday from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Chinatown continues to diversify. This time, a modern French restaurant opens in the former Chada Street space on Saturday, May 26. The owners of Eatt Gourmet Bistro from chef Yuri Szarzewski, pastry chef Vincent Pellerin, and manager Nicolas Kalpokdjian debut Partage (French for sharing).
Szarzewski’s tasting menu features five for $80 per person, seven for $100, or nine courses for $130 per person and a core menu of tasting dishes such as halibut, squid, and lobster; oxtail croque monsieur, chicken cordon bleu, and veal sweetbreads; and vegetarian dishes squash blossoms, sweet pea chilled soup, and egg parfait. Large dishes meant for two to three people include a 20-ounce Iberico secreto deglazed with soy sauce and honey, an 18-ouce whole breast with a ginger crust, and 18-ounce rib-eye steak.
The remodeled 4,000-square-foot space features a private room, a full bar with its own cocktail menu, a semi-private room, and a chef’s table.
The original Eatt location at 7865 W. Sahara Ave. will remain open with its healthy menu that includes gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, organic, and nut-free options.