I'd like to establish some kind of 'signature dish' for my restaurant besides what the customers have chosen as their favourites. My menu is very small (6-9 mains) and ever-changing with the seasons. For almost 18 months, however, the ribeye steak with a brandy and cream deglace and handcut fries has been a staple on the menu due to popular demand, so it will stay put, but it's not what I consider a good signature dish. For me personally, my gremolata-stuffed and rolled lamb shoulder bears my signature, but it's not for everyone.
We get great local lamb and rabbit as well as wild boar, so this could be a starting point. I'm looking for something quick and easy to prepare, somewhat comfort-foody, that doesn't take three frying pans to cook and assemble.
Can't wait to hear your ideas!