Be Seduced by Sirens at @EccoATL

eccosirensAccording to Greek mythology, sirens of the sea would lure sailors with their enchanting music, beauty and voices to shipwreck on the rocky Greek coast. Homer tells us that even Odysseus nearly fell prey to these seductive sea nymphs. Fortunately for you, we only want to tempt you to feast on delicious Mediterranean coastal cookery.

Ecco‘s annual, limited-time-only “Sirens of the Sea” menu returns October 30- November 10 with a variety of unique seafood plates.  These dishes will be available in addition to many of our regular menu items.

Executive Chef Jonathan Beatty and his culinary team have created this delicious menu sure to tempt your palate:

BACCALA MANTECATO grilled country bread, Ligurian olive oil 10
WOOD-FIRED OCTOPUS celeriac, sopressata, gaeta horseradish aioli 15
LEMON SOLE TARTAR colatura, fresh hearts of palm, charred scallion oil 12
SMOKED HADDOCK CHAUDREE farmers’ squash, local bacon, crème fraiche 9
SEPIA A LA PLANCHA marcona almonds, fried rosemary, espelette citronette 12
BAY OF FUNDY SALMON RILLETTE roe, chive, sea salt crackers 9
LOBSTER burrata cheese, winter citrus, preserved tomato 11
WOOD-FIRE BOUILLABAISSE littleneck clams, mussels, rouille 25
CURED YELLOWFIN TUNA toasted coriander vinaigrette, apple, baby cilantro 14
BUCATINI ALL’AMATRICANA guanciale, red pepper, poached pink shrimp 20
LEMON SOLE local pumpkin, mushroom, pumpkin seed vinaigrette 28
SICILIAN-STYLE SWORDFISH Brussels sprouts a la plancha, sauce Salmoriglio 26
TAGLIOLINI boquerones soffritto, mint, peeky toe crab 21
ROASTED GEORGES BANK SCALLOPS braised lamb belly,
sweet potato, sauce Lyonnaise
28

Let us lure you in with this delectable menu. These dishes won’t be around long! Call 404.347.9555 to make reservations, or make them online.

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About Fifth Group Restaurants

Fifth Group Restaurants owns and operates Atlanta favorites, South City Kitchen Midtown, South City Kitchen Vinings, La Tavola, Ecco, El Taco, Alma Cocina, Lure and Bold American Events.
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