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After winning Allen & Delancey a Michelin star and getting it onto Zagat’s list of top new restaurants, Neil Ferguson has, according to Eater, resigned from the restaurant he opened a year ago. As a chef at Soho House, the Gordon Ramsay protégé will once again be working for his fellow Brits. A lot of good that does folks who can’t get into Soho House. Don’t despair, though — you can still enjoy some entrées Ferguson added to A&D’s fall menu before jumping ship for “moral and personal reasons”: rabbit terrine with chickpeas, tarragon essence, and anchovy; slow-roasted pork belly with pickled apple, parsnips, and fenugreek syrup; and caramelized bone marrow with caviar and shallot purée.
SHOCK: Neil Ferguson Leaves Allen & Delancey, Takes Private Gig at Soho House [Eater]