Chow Bella

Cafe: FnB

Who would name their eatery FnB? Turns out it's FnB owner Pavle Milic and chef-owner Charleen Badman. The name apparently doesn't do justice to the food.

Food Critic Michele Laudig on FnB:

The majority of FnB's dishes could be considered starters or sides (they're not labeled as either), but you could have a wonderful meal just from those. Humble braised leeks became something luxurious under a melted layer of buttery, handmade mozzarella, mustard breadcrumbs, and velvety yolk oozing from a fried egg. Thick slices of duck and pork pâté, brightened with green peppercorns, were tasty with coarse mustard, caramelized cippolini onions, pickled Romanesco and Thumbelina carrots, and grilled bread. And lightly fried rock shrimp, dunked in a side of jalapeño tartar sauce, were hard to stop eating...full story

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Jonathan McNamara