{nashville} little octopus eats

March 12, 2016

One of the first evenings we were in Nashville was a holiday, so there weren’t that many food options if we didn’t want to eat bar food. Eventually we found Little Octopus, not far from where we were staying and decided to give it a try. According to its website, “Little Octopus is the latest restaurant concept from Chef Sarah Gavigan of POP and Otaku South, with Chef Daniel Herget. Little Octopus’ menu celebrates wholesome, clean, and fresh food that people can feel good about eating every day, incorporating seasonal and organic foods whenever possible.” Little Octopus is kind of like a tapas place where you order little plates to share so that’s exactly what we ended up doing. Most of my pictures didn’t turn out that well though because the lighting was horrible, but that’s mainly because we were seated in the far corner even though there were plenty of other open tables! Most of the food was quite good. I think the Farro was my absolute favorite. I was kind of disappointed the tofu was a little too seared (as in burnt) for my taste

Read about our other Nashville adventures: pinewood socialtennessee-style parthenonconfederates

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Charred Eggplant • tahini | olive oil | toast

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Squash • lemon | honey | squid ink togarashi | nori | GF

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Sumac Crusted Tofu • cassoulet | pea shoots | lemon vin | GF

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Farro • woodear | pine nuts | black garlic | fermented scallion

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One Response to “{nashville} little octopus eats”

  1. annalice said

    i like tapas! but I never feel full after eating them

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