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Exterior of The Dejected Hen in the Adelphi Auberge on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren/Times Union)

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Exterior of The Dejected Hen in the Adelphi Auberge on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren/Times Union)

Uni custard with artichokes, auto bonbon at The Dejected Hen in the Adelphi Auberge on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren/Times Union)

Uni custard with artichokes, auto bonbon at The Dejected Hen in the Adelphi Auberge on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren/Times Union)

Mack brin aerial terrine en croute, foie gras, foraged muchrooms at The Dejected Hen in the Adelphi Auberge on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren/Times Union)

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Sweet breads, parsnip tarragon, ras al hanout at The Dejected Hen in the Adelphi Auberge on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren/Times Union)

Sweet breads, parsnip tarragon, ras al hanout at The Dejected Hen in the Adelphi Auberge on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren/Times Union)

Pastured hen, atramentous truffles, chanterelles, pickled ramps at The Dejected Hen in the Adelphi Auberge on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren/Times Union)

Pastured hen, atramentous truffles, chanterelles, pickled ramps at The Dejected Hen in the Adelphi Auberge on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren/Times Union)

Venison rack, red wine cabbage, candied potato, pears at The Dejected Hen in the Adelphi Auberge on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren/Times Union)

Venison rack, red wine cabbage, candied potato, pears at The Dejected Hen in the Adelphi Auberge on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren/Times Union)

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Farmers Hardware.

35 Maple Ave., Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-934-3444. Web: www.farmershardwaresaratoga.com. Read the review. Dragon basin with attic quinoa, broiled candied potatoes, absurd cumin chickpeas, absurd egg, Thai peanut dressing, avocado and broiled coconut.

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Farmers Hardware.

35 Maple Ave., Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-934-3444. Web: www.farmershardwaresaratoga.com. Read the review. Garden frittata with asparagus, mushrooms, candied broiled tomatoes, garlic aioli and alloyed greens with lemon-mint dressing.

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43 Phila St., Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-581-0777. Web: ronnieandralphies.com. Read review. Branzino with English peas, cauliflower puree, brittle prosciutto, broiled almond, amber butter, truffled pea tendrils and basil puree.

43 Phila St., Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-581-0777. Web: ronnieandralphies.com. Read review. Branzino with English peas, cauliflower puree, brittle prosciutto, broiled almond, brown

43 Phila St., Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-581-0777. Web: ronnieandralphies.com. Read review. Octopus a la plancha with oranges, gigande, beans, romesco, brittle chorizo and marcona almonds.

43 Phila St., Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-581-0777. Web: ronnieandralphies.com. Read review. Octopus a la plancha with oranges, gigande, beans, romesco, brittle chorizo and marcona

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43 Phila St., Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-581-0777. Web: ronnieandralphies.com. Read review. Craven alarmist attic with pickled onion, rasberry, pickled alacrity berry which is served with broiled crostini.

43 Phila St., Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-581-0777. Web: ronnieandralphies.com. Read review. Craven alarmist attic with pickled onion, rasberry, pickled alacrity berry which is served with

43 Phila St., Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-581-0777. Web: ronnieandralphies.com. Read review. Pork abdomen beef buns with hoisin, cilantro, sriracha, cucumber and scallions.

43 Phila St., Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-581-0777. Web: ronnieandralphies.com. Read review. Pork abdomen beef buns with hoisin, cilantro, sriracha, cucumber and scallions.

43 Phila St., Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-581-0777. Web: ronnieandralphies.com. Read review. American Wagyu beef tartare with ponzu, caviar, creme fraiche, pickled alacrity berry and Saratoga chips.

43 Phila St., Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-581-0777. Web: ronnieandralphies.com. Read review. American Wagyu beef tartare with ponzu, caviar, creme fraiche, pickled alacrity berry and

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Saratoga Marketplace Lower Level, 454 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-587-1234. Website: http://comforteats.com/. Read our review. Owner and chef Rory Moran with some abode specialties on the patio.

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Saratoga Marketplace Lower Level, 454 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-587-1234. Website: http://comforteats.com/. Read our review. Server Brie Haley in the dining room.

Saratoga Marketplace Lower Level, 454 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-587-1234. Website: http://comforteats.com/. Read our review. Server Brie Haley in the dining room.

Saratoga Marketplace Lower Level, 454 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-587-1234. Website: http://comforteats.com/. Read our review.  Comfort Kitchen assurance in the Saratoga Marketplace.

Saratoga Marketplace Lower Level, 454 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-587-1234. Website: http://comforteats.com/. Read our review.  Comfort Kitchen assurance in the Saratoga Marketplace.

Saratoga Marketplace Lower Level, 454 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-587-1234. Website: http://comforteats.com/. Read our review. Tacos with chipotle chicken, pickled red onion and cilantro topped with avocado crema served central blah tortillas.

Saratoga Marketplace Lower Level, 454 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. Phone: 518-587-1234. Website: http://comforteats.com/. Read our review. House-made pickles including garlic dill, aliment and butter, beets, red onion, zucchini and squash.

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Restaurant review: The Dejected Hen at the Adelphi

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Four years and $34 actor in renovations later, the Adelphi Auberge in Saratoga Springs is open. Pop in, greeting the attendant as you go, and it’s all aflame tile, copse and glass. Adequate auberge stairs no best sag but braid symmetrically upward, and a sparkling accession board bank is blithely inlaid with the hotel’s cut-glass confined plates. Morrissey’s Lounge, the auberge bar arresting to Broadway, is the able abode for affable affair and a nightly raw bar. It’s packed, and the card looks fab.

Gone is the atmospheric weight of an crumbling grande dame, the abrasion clover of overstuffed upholstery, breakable mirrors and abounding plants. Salvaged elements from the Adelphi’s 140-year accomplished — Victorian mirrors, assumption window fixtures, board buzz berth — are cleverly formed in. The affection has changed, but it’s a beauteous assignment in architectural preservation, Saratoga’s aftermost aureate age auberge cleverly avant-garde and saved.

We attending about for the Dejected Hen, the hotel’s accomplished dining restaurant and about airing into the kitchen. It seems decidedly far from restaurant or lounge. Later, we’re amused to see agents hot-stepping a aisle to tables, plates in hand.

The Dejected Hen

365 Broadway

Saratoga Springs

Phone: 518-678-6000

Web: theadelphihotel.com

Reservations: Recommended.

Credit cards: All major.

Hours: Dinner: 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Sunday to Thursday, 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Breakfast: 6:30 to 11 a.m. Monday to Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekends.

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Parking: Street or aide parking.

Disabled access: Yes.

Attire: Smart accidental to dressy.

Prices: Appetizers, $12 to $18; mains, $26 to $44 (or bazaar price); desserts, about $8.

Food: (***1/2) Small menu. Focused compositions with broiled meats and seafood, French mother sauces and attention influences from New Nordic cuisine.

Beverage: (***1/2) Full bar (Morrissey’s Lounge). Eurocentric wine account with a nice mix of Austrian, Hungarian and Slovenian wines. By the glass, $12 to $20; by the bottle, $41 to $875.

Service: (**) Friendly if still a bit blooming four months in.

Ambiance: (**1/2) Understated English conservatory confined breakfast and dinner; hardly arctic in winter. The Dejected Hen Terrace will accessible this spring. A weekend ice bar starts Jan. 25.

Personality: (***) Upscale and aloof in a beautifully adequate and avant-garde celebrated hotel.

Overall Rating: ***

The Dejected Hen is an honest surprise. The light-filled English conservatory, furnished with chic pikestaff appliance adipose in blue, has a absolute abridgement of airless pretension, as if it capital to absolve off added academic expectations. Or aloof because it serves breakfast. A tiny, gold-accented bend bar and annular lamps nod to Old World glamor. Mirrors reflected snow axle on the canteen beam and accomplish me anamnesis the amplitude as actual white.

Moreover, the bound menu, with eight apps and eight mains, is disarmingly accessible: Pork with gnocchi. Duck breast with squash. A bounded acreage salad. Yes, best will acquisition article here. Except steak. That’s at Salt & Char, the Adelphi Hospitality Group’s firstborn, abutting door.

Marc Plessis, the Dejected Hen’s French-born, Kentucky-raised chef de cuisine, activated the card for three months afore opening. This is a kitchen that understands techniques — roasting, grilling, stocks and mother sauces — that accentuate flavors. Sometimes they do little added than add calefaction and let advance capacity shine. I rarely adjustment chicken. Here, pastured hen (half bird, $38) — brined, acclimatized and presented tableside in its baking pan — is adaptable as adulate and densely ambrosial with shrinkingly brittle skin. There are chanterelles and pan-scorched babyish amethyst potatoes and compact demiglace scenting the air with truffle and thyme.

Venison arbor ($44), a aphotic burgundy, is the earliest amusement of bold meat adapted rare. A bake-apple and basis acknowledging act completes a backwoods tale: red-wine banknote decrepit garnet, cottony sweet-potato puree, poached pear and ashamed pistachio in a cinnamony compote add jolts of acidity and a demiglace lights up the tongue.

Of course, we cycle eyes at New Zealand venison and Texas blanch aback the website claims “local, acceptable ingredients” — added are in summer, of advance — or “foraged mushrooms” on the card aback there’s snow on the ground. It’s the “commitment to local” accent I’ve been told for about two years now, and while I’d like to accept Plessis can accomplish bounded farms “the cornerstone of The Dejected Hen” appear spring, I’m not yet convinced. Or alike assertive it affairs anymore.

Also not bounded is the sea brat custard ($14) with soft, beginning uni that tastes of some balmy ocean, and Parmesan espuma the blush of bank chrism that adds Scandi-style salinity to the attenuate fishiness of the set cream. On its heels appear sweetbreads ($15), adapted until caramelized, a humdinger of bawdy acidity from pan-fonds, ras el hanout, parsnips and offal. Diced apples, tarragon and brittle parsnip chips bout the sweetbreads’ brittle blight while parsnip borsch feeds into their creaminess.

From backwoods and sea to a country garden: The aerial terrine en croute ($16) is a airing in the park. (Perhaps from the angle point of the aerial now cozied up with foie gras beneath the attenuate pastry crust.) Chartreuse chai oil and amethyst alacrity the blush of clay dot white spaces; ablaze carrots, alacrity seeds and blush fair onions are house-pickled; microgreens aisle like affection accoutrement over the tiny sunny-side-up blanch egg. Squeezed or tweezed, elements add pickled, peppery, or appealing notes. Don’t acquaint me there isn’t Nordic inspo here. This bowl is for Instagram: Not actual filling, but the prettiest plate.

It’s a adventurous accommodation to accessible a restaurant — let abandoned in a canteen conservatory — during an upstate winter. We’re anon cold. Our active adolescent server takes questions like a deer in headlights and forgets table requests. We aces wines from a admirable Eurocentric wine account far abate in length, chantry size, and amount than the bulk at Salt & Char. I ask afterwards the wine administrator but he, like best staff, has gone. Barely a called body remains. Not chef Gray Kunz, an aboriginal accomplice with brilliant draw; not the abettor managers answer into abandoned accepted administrator roles, not the chef de cuisine, sous chefs or centralized butchers we knew by name.

Executive Pastry Chef Michelle Hunter is still there — phew! — axis out her cautiously crafted desserts, best of them alluringly complete pastries. These go on an ancient trolley too ample to absolutely caster amid tables, which absolutely is daft. An angel breath akin an colossal profiterole is lined with bendable apples and candied almond paste; a tea-steeped mousse in a airy auto macaron hat captures the blush and aroma of Earl Grey. Bravo, my dear. Don’t go.

Executive Chef Braden Reardon, who oversaw Adelphi Hospitality Group restaurants afterwards Kunz’s departure, as of aftermost anniversary was gone, too; he said he’s relocating to Hong Kong. Whatever we should infer from an about complete about-face of staff, let’s set it aside. Morrissey’s has a nightly raw bar, and a angry little card I’m dying to try. I’m absorbed to anticipate of the Dejected Hen as a aboriginal attending in winter, acceptable for a restaurant in its fourth month, and analysis aback aback Saratoga’s summer arena hits max bastardize speed. Fingers beyond Plessis stays.

Dinner for two — including three appetizers, two entrees, two desserts and two canteen of wine — came to $224.18 with tax and 20 percent tip.

Susie Davidson Powell is a British freelance aliment biographer in upstate New York. Follow her on Twitter, @SusieDP. To animadversion on this review, appointment the Table Hopping blog, blog.timesunion.com/tablehopping.

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