Seven Senses, the ever-popular restaurant in Cookeville’s historic WestSide district, has introduced several new dishes on its November menu.
New menu items include pasta dishes Portobello Ravioli and Lemon Butter Linguine; seafood dishes Herb-Crusted Cod, Beer Battered Cod Sandwich and Blackened Cod Sandwich; and the unique BBQ Chicken Banh Mi sandwich. For more details about each dish, see the restaurant’s menu by clicking here.
“We are excited to offer these new dishes to our menu and hope our guests find a new favorite item,” said Seven Senses owner Jay Albrecht. “Supply chain and cost issues may have forced some of these changes, but we always love mixing things up every now and then to keep our menu fresh.”
Seven Senses previously made major updates to its menu back in June. Guests who haven’t visited in awhile will see quite a few changes, while recognizing almost all of the old favorites. The restaurant is located at 32 W. Broad Street in Cookeville and is open Tuesday – Saturday for lunch and dinner service.