Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Shift Happens

Kitchen LTO returns with a new chef, new look, and new menu

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For Kitchen LTO, change isn't just good, it's their entire business plan.

On February 3, the limited time only permanent pop-up presents its second incarnation, just two days after the final meal from the first concept is served.

In that 48-hour period, everything will morph as LTO 1.0 makes way for LTO 2.0 and the talent voted in by the public.

Gone will be Chef Norman Grimm and in his place, Chef Eric Shelton, most recently the creative force behind the food at M Dining at the Music Hall at Fair Park. Take one last look at the current space (pictured) and prepare for "black and white wonders" from designer Stefania Morandi.

Make reservations now and be among the first to enjoy Shelton's New American cuisine that's approachable for everyone, but nuanced and creative for the obsessive food lover. Think chile-rubbed strip loin with smoked potatoes and kim chi; pan seared scallops with lemon confit; and five-spice duck breast with sweet potato, charred sprouts, and salsa verde.

Sounds so delicious, it's a shame it'll all be gone at the end of May.

Then again, if change frightens you, there's always Luby's.

Photo Credit: Claire McCormack

Kitchen LTO kitchenlto.com
3011 Gulden Ln., Trinity Groves
(214) 377-0757
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Nearby: Souk; Chino; LUCK

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