Gallery: Mayfield: A Welcome Addition to Crown Heights

House-Corned Beef Tongue ($10)
House-Corned Beef Tongue ($10)

Tender petals of beef tongue, corned in-house, with a pile of sauerkraut and two triangles of buttered, griddled rye. A Reuben might not be the most practical starter, but this smart presentation works beautifully; it smells like a deli when it arrives at the table, in the best possible way.

Fried Clam Bellies ($13)
Fried Clam Bellies ($13)

Plump and crisply fried, soaked in buttermilk before they're dredged and flour and Old Bay. A crunchy shell that doesn't dominate the plump innards.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts ($10)
Roasted Brussels Sprouts ($10)

With cubes of prosciutto, turnips, and plump grains of pickled mustard; the sheep's milk cheese Dante grated on top.

Leeks Vinaigrette ($10)
Leeks Vinaigrette ($10)

The fork-tender leeks are joined by pickled honshimeji mushrooms and an ethereally light porcini custard.

Berkshire Pork Chop Saltimbocca ($22)
Berkshire Pork Chop Saltimbocca ($22)

Wrapped in proscuitto and sage, pan-seared, and served over a bed of farro cooked in mushroom stock with caramelized onions and brussels sprout leaves, grilled radicchio alongside.

Buttermilk Fried Quail ($20)
Buttermilk Fried Quail ($20)

Sides dominate, too, in the buttermilk fried quail, crunchy and well-seasoned on its own but made a complete pleasure once paired with supple, jiggly-middled corn spoonbread and bacon-laden collards.

Apple Upside-Down Cake ($6)
Apple Upside-Down Cake ($6)

With a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.