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Chef's Table restaurant opens in Winfield

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Posted: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 12:00 am

A new restaurant has appeared on Main Street in Winfield: Chef’s Table.

The owner, Stan Lerner, hopes to have two sides to the restaurant. Currently, the cafe side has been open to the public since October, the other restaurant side is still a work in progress.

The idea of the cafe is to provide a whole food experience for the guests.

Everything served from the kitchen is made from scratch. Fresh ingredients are all that is used in the dishes served at Chef’s Table.

The cafe offers five fresh soups every day and a variety of sandwiches. Some of the sandwiches currently included on the menu are an avocado and banana sandwich and a smoked salmon sandwich with cream cheese and capers. The menu frequently changes due to what fresh products the restaurant is able to stock on hand.

The Chef’s Table also has a pantry of different products such as hot sauces, Amish jellies and jams, and an assortment of vinegars that line the walls of the cafe for visitors to purchase.

The restaurant aims to keep everything on the menu under 10 dollars.

If you’re interested in stopping by to introduce your taste buds to the cafe’s pumpkin soup, Chef’s Table is located at 815 Main Street. Open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m,. the cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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