Do other restaurants provide more than one menu for Restaurant Week? I’m not sure, but if they don’t they should because it’s a great idea. The more yummy dishes to try, the better in my book.
To refresh your memory, during the period, participating eateries charge $25 for a prix-fixe lunch and $38 for a prix-fixe dinner. It’s a fantastic, wallet-friendly way for diners to either try out a new joint or score a bargain-basement priced meal at one of their regular haunts.
Chef Cruz’s first menu will run from January 14th through January 16th. For lunch, appetizers are a choice of shrimp bisque, arugula salad or chicken risotto. Entrees are hanger steak with kale salad, a tempura shrimp sandwich or roasted chicken breast. Top if off with a dessert choice of chocolate mousse cake, pumpkin cheesecake or milk chocolate panna cotta. All for 25 bucks!
Dinner is even crazier. Along with the shrimp bisque, the first course gives you a choice of radicchio and Boston lettuce salad order viagra and braised lamb tart. Entrees choices are roasted Pekin duck breast, grilled pork rib chop or porcini dusted halibut. For dessert, once again you’ll find the milk chocolate panna cotta, plus mocha bread pudding and warm Granny Smith apple and cranberry crumble.
Seriously, people, this is a true value. Reservations are now being taken so call and reserve your table!