Senses Cuisine, the new Cambridge spot that’s set up shop in the space formerly occupied by Café ArtScience, is launching take-out service and their to-go beverage program in one fell swoop. Check out the Kendall Square newcomer, created by chef Nadia Michaud and inventor and scientist David Edwards, where the name of the game is beautiful and simple Mediterranean-influenced fare sourced from local farms and boats that practice regenerative agriculture (and aquaculture).
You can start with signature dishes like torched Gulf shrimp and beef tartare or choose something more substantial from entrées like the hand-rolled cannelloni or the house-made porchetta sandwich. They’ve enlisted the help of local barman Bill Codman to create a line of beverages to complement the menu, which are also available to-go in two-portioned sized mason jars for around $9 to $10 each.
Peruse all the possibilities on the Senses website and place your order for pick-up Monday through Friday from 4:30 to 10:00pm. Or sit tight until August 4th when they add delivery if you’d prefer to have the flavors of the Mediterranean brought right to your door. You can also call 617.945.7515 with any Qs.