Any resemblance to restaurant takeout stops at the box – chef Anat Sagi’s method behind The Mosaic Table is more that of a personal chef and hostess rolled into one, with the fineries of an exquisite evening all accounted for, from the tableware and flowers to the wine pairings and playlists. Ingredients are locally sourced from farms and food businesses across the state, and Sagi hand-prepares each course out of Hope & Main in Warren. But instead of going out for the night, you’ll be folding a cloth napkin (which is also included, by the way) over your lap from the comfort of your own dining room with an At-Home Restaurant Experience, tailored for couples, small gatherings, or even a solo night in.
With a choice of a few seasonal dishes taking advantage of what’s fresh, at-home diners can select a soup or salad, a dessert, and, of course, the entree: Think Swiss chard-wrapped hake with Isreali couscous or earthy wild mushroom curry with cardamom rice. Options are inclusive to a variety of palates and diets, and reheating is a cinch. A zesty Red Lentil and Lemon Soup, for instance, can be simmered over the stove until warm, a pre-cooked skirt steak seared the rest of the way in cast iron, or a Brussels Sprout Caesar Salad tossed and served. Add-ons like a charcuterie board or signature cocktail simply require unboxing or pouring into your favorite stemware.
A spring menu boasts Chicken Scallopine starring sweet basil and served with fresh pasta, Marinated Eggplant with Roasted Red Pepper, or Poached Mediterranean Fish and oven-roasted veggies, all also available a la carte. Equal parts elevated and unpretentious, The Mosaic Table is self-described as “joyful, rustic cooking” in a setting that doesn’t get any more intimate. Order online for pickup at Campus Fine Wines and Urban Greens in Providence or Hope & Main in Warren, or request delivery.