Taste* a rainbow of heirloom eggs

FROM HERITAGE HENS, DUCKS AND GUINEA FOWL

* Easter Pastel Brunch available
Saturday March 31st - Sunday April 1st - Monday April 2nd

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BRIGHTEN YOUR WEEKEND WITH AN EASTER PASTEL BRUNCH* WITH US!

 


Le Coq Rico will be celebrating the early season for pasture with a selection of Heritage Hens, Duck and Guinea Fowl Eggs.

2 eggs sunny side up - 6.
2 eggs sunny side up, mushrooms fricassée & angel-hair potatoes - 16.
 

Special Easter harvest
American Pekin Duck
The foundation of American Pekin duck was in 1873, but the Chinese origin of the breed was Duck Mallard, bred for the first time in the tenth century by the Five Dynasties.
They are good layers, eggs are white colored, larger than hens eggs, and well known for their high level of vitamins; the taste is similar to hens, but with a richer texture.

Special Easter harvest
Catskill Guinea Fowl

Our guinea fowl eggs are harvested by Jennifer Grossman Maurer’s Mountain farm, especially for Le Coq Rico during Easter time. Much Smaller then hens eggs, they have a creamy color and some yolk are much richer than hens eggs.

Welsummer Hen
Originating from the Dutch town of Welsum, these friendly birds are widely known for their large terra-colored eggs with brown speckles.

Ameraucana Hen
An American bird descended from a Chilean breed of the same name which produce vividly blue-green colored eggs.

Delaware Hen
Developed in 1940 as the premier American broiler fowl, these birds lay light-brown-colored eggs.

Cukoo Maran Hen
Tis breed of chickens originated from the South Western region of France known as Poitou-Charentes and were developed stateside in the 1920s; they produce
dark-chocolate-colored eggs.

 

Nico Nico

Le Coq Rico NYC, 30 East 20th Street, Midtown, NY, 10003