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Rolf and Daughters

615-866-9897  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 700 Taylor St, Nashville, TN 37208

CUISINE: Contemporary, Farm to Table, European

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

DETAILS
Located in the attractively renovated Boiler Building of The Werthan Lofts redevelopment in burgeoning Germantown, Rolf and Daughters has drawn early praise from the likes of Bon Appetit magazine for what chef-owner Philip Krajeck has described as "modern peasant food." What, pray tell, is modern peasant food? Think hearty, European-inspired, locally sourced fare. Early highlights from the compact menu have included pate campangola with house mustard and pickles as a starter, parsley garganelli with heritage pork ragout and pecorino from the pastas, and Yorkshire pork with house-made sauerkraut from the main plates. Krajeck, who has a James Beard Foundation nomination for Best Chef: South while cooking at WaterColor Inn in Florida's Santa Rosa Beach, also offers a daily special that has included a porchetta sandwich.
Full bar. Serving dinner nightly.

Bon Appetit magazine: No. 3, America's 10 Best New Restaurants, 2013

"... the shy owner, Philip Rolf Krajeck ... says he cooks 'modern peasant food.' What that actually means: tender heritage chicken with lemon and soft, sweet garlic; fabulously rustic pastas, like gemelli with hen-of-the-woods mushrooms, black kale, and Parmesan; and generous meatballs with a pungent gremolata (crushed garlic, lemon peel, and parsley). Or a simple plate of heritage country ham sliced thin on chewy sourdough toast with pretty little local radishes."
— John Mariani, Esquire, The Best New Restaurants 2013

"... while the vibe of this new neighborhood haunt is appealing, it is Krajeck’s food, his self-proclaimed 'modern peasant fare,' that is the true draw of Rolf and Daughters."

— Nancy Vienneau, The Tennessean, Jan. 10, 2013

"There is so much intriguing and unexpected cuisine on the menu, there's a case to be made for sharing everything, so you don't miss out on any of it."
— Carrington Fox, Nashville Scene, Jan. 17, 2013

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Located in the attractively renovated Boiler Building of The Werthan Lofts redevelopment in burgeoning Germantown, Rolf and Daughters has drawn early praise from the likes of Bon Appetit magazine for what chef-owner Philip Krajeck has described as "modern peasant food." What, pray tell, is modern peasant food? Think hearty, European-inspired, locally sourced fare. Early highlights from the compact menu have included pate campangola with house mustard and pickles as a starter, parsley garganelli with heritage pork ragout and pecorino from the pastas, and Yorkshire pork with house-made sauerkraut from the main plates. Krajeck, who has a James Beard Foundation nomination for Best Chef: South while cooking at WaterColor Inn in Florida's Santa Rosa Beach, also offers a daily special that has included a porchetta sandwich.
 

Bon Appetit magazine: No. 3, America's 10 Best New Restaurants, 2013

"... the shy owner, Philip Rolf Krajeck ... says he cooks 'modern peasant food.' What that actually means: tender heritage chicken with lemon and soft, sweet garlic; fabulously rustic pastas, like gemelli with hen-of-the-woods mushrooms, black kale, and Parmesan; and generous meatballs with a pungent gremolata (crushed garlic, lemon peel, and parsley). Or a simple plate of heritage country ham sliced thin on chewy sourdough toast with pretty little local radishes."
— John Mariani, Esquire, The Best New Restaurants 2013

"... while the vibe of this new neighborhood haunt is appealing, it is Krajeck’s food, his self-proclaimed 'modern peasant fare,' that is the true draw of Rolf and Daughters."

— Nancy Vienneau, The Tennessean, Jan. 10, 2013

"There is so much intriguing and unexpected cuisine on the menu, there's a case to be made for sharing everything, so you don't miss out on any of it."
— Carrington Fox, Nashville Scene, Jan. 17, 2013

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Full bar. Serving dinner nightly.

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