Hawaiian Mahimahi and Red Curry Duck – Specials Nov 4-5
There are still a few seats available for the Bordeaux wine tasting and class which begins next Monday. The combined price of the two nights is $98, which works out to only $7 per glass of win, for classified Bordeaux! This is a really great opportunity to learn about one of the most famous wine regions in the world.
Also time to start making reservations for Thanksgiving, and the week before that we have the Beaujolais Nouveau celebration where we offer French appetizers as we celebrate the wine new year.
I know that everyone is going to want to be watching the game on Saturday, so you need to make plans to get to dinner on Friday or Sunday. These are specials that you will definitely not want to miss out on. The Mahimahi is likely the best I have ever seen, scary good. The duck is from Good Shepherd Farms in Kansas, and is always awesome. With the cooler weather, I deiced to go tropical on the specials. Seemed like a little sunshine was what we all needed.
Enjoy! – Scott
Specials – Friday, November 4
Soup – Miso soup with spring onions and enoki mushrooms
Special – Ultra-fresh, Hawaiian Mahimahi crusted with mango and panko, pan-seared finished with red pepper and kiwi coulis, served on a bed of ginger-spring onion risotto, with grilled zucchini.
wine pairing – Crios Tornntes White Argentina
Specials – Saturday, November 5
Special – Locally-raised duck breast with pan-seared and finished with coconut-red curry and basil sauce, served on a bed of dark rum and five spice infused mashed sweet potatoes, with grilled asparagus
wine pairing – Orin Swift Prisoner Zinfandel
This Weekend’s Prix Fixe Menu
Amuse – wasabi sorbet
Starter – spiced leg of lamb sate with peanut sauce and cucumber
Entrees – mango-panko seared Mahimahi and red curry duck
Dessert – Banana Rum Cake – Rich banana pecan cake glazed with dark rum, served ala mode with flambéed bananas
Featured Cocktail – Old Raj Gin and Tonic
house-made, 14 spice India tonic, made with our favorite gin, Cadenhead’s Old Raj from Scotland.