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This edition features three New York-style menu items: The Lad Bistro Menu, The Lad Burger and The Lad Sausage.
Each of these is a classic New York style, but with a few modern touches to spice it up.
All of them feature meat from our local farmers, a selection of sides, and even an extra-special sauce that’s only available in the Lad Biscuit Shop, located in the basement of the Lad’s restaurant on Fifth Avenue.
If you’re a vegetarian or vegan, The Loaf Sandwich is one of the best vegetarian sandwiches in the world, with an almost-vegetarian crust and an extra kick of cheese from our cheese-house.
If your palate is more for the traditional fare, you can also get a side of the Szechuan Chicken with Roasted Garlic and Sesame Oil, or the Roasted Chicken Breast with Poblano Pepper Sauce and Salsa.
The Lad menu is served in a large, airy, open-plan, windowed, and airy room with a large fireplace, which has been modified to include an outdoor seating area.
The menu is presented in a very detailed, chronological order, which you can flip through to see what each item has in store.
The main menu is divided into five different sections: The Loagie (bread), The Bistros, The Brats, The Biscuits and The Sausages.
The Loakie is a traditional American recipe for a brioche bun, topped with a sweet- and sour-crusty filling and then topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, and a scoop of homemade sausage.
The Bison Biscotti is a great lunch option for two or three, with two of our favorites: our Sausagel and our Bratata.
The Bratato is the second dish, and is the best dish for breakfast or lunch.
The Szechuens is a Japanese dish that originated in Sichuan Province of China and has been refined in the United States for over 100 years.
It is often served with fried fish and vegetables, but can be also be topped with vegetables or other fillings.
You can find a full description of the original recipe on the Sichuens website.
The Roasted Beef Bratatta is another New York staple, served with steamed buns or with a choice of bread, and topped with our signature sauce, a mix of a sweet, sour and salty, toasted sesame and a drizzle of our spicy, spicy Szechwan pepper sauce.
The Broccoli Salad is a salad with a broccoli topping, and it’s an incredibly versatile salad.
It can be served with any of our main courses or with our Szechujian Sauce, which is a blend of szechuan pepper, cayenne pepper and hot chili pepper.
The Beef Burger is a beef patty topped with your choice of cheese, onions, and your choice on your side of fries, or even on top of the lettuce for an easy snack.
The Sloppy Joes, or a side dish that is the perfect complement to our other dishes, is our signature beef-based soup, topped on a bed of steamed broccoli and tomatoes.
If the soup is your thing, you may even opt for our signature Szechwani sauce.
Finally, we’ve included the most unique New York food item of all: our signature dessert, the Lad Burger, served in an ice cream cone filled with our own special blend of whipped cream and chocolate.
You’ll find this dessert at every Lad Bicci’s restaurant, and will never be able to get enough of it.
We hope you enjoy this new edition of The Lad, and we look forward to your suggestions in the comments section.