Seasonal Selections 2017


 

Photos by Rich Smith

Acropolis Mediterranean Grill

Lamb Chops

Rib chops served over roasted red potatoes with sautéed squash and mint pesto


“Lamb chops are a quintessential cold-weather dish. The flavors of the lamb meld with the potatoes and squash, producing a rich taste, while the mint pesto adds an unexpected kick.”

– Chef Lloyd George


 

Photos by Lanewood Studio

Totto Sushi & Grill 

Sushi Donut

Salmon, tuna, yellowtail, avocado, tobiko (flying fish eggs), rice, and eel sauce


“Sushi donuts are very popular now, and we enjoy the fun presentation. It’s a fresh and exciting way to enjoy these traditional sushi ingredients.”

– Chef Shawn Lee

 


 

Photos by Lanewood Studio

Rodizio Grill

Feijoada

Black bean stew with pork and beef, Brazilian white rice, and farofa (yucca root flour), served with Brazilian collard greens and fresh slices of orange


“Feijoada is the most traditional and popular dish in Brazil. It originated in Portugal and was brought to Brazil after the country became a Portuguese colony.”

– Fernando Elias, General Manager

 


 

Photos by Rich Smith

Urban Stack

Gourmet Bacon Cheeseburger

Kobe-style beef, bacon-onion compote, lettuce, Gruyère, and blue cheese pictured with Three Little Piggies Chili with bacon, pork, chorizo, beef, and chilies


“The combination of Benton’s bacon, Gruyère cheese, and Kobe-style beef on the Gourmet Bacon Cheeseburger is perfect. I like to add a bowl of Three Little Piggies Chili to warm me up on a cold winter day.”

– Chef Elias Lopez

 


 

Photos by Rich Smith

Formosa Restaurant

Formosa Sea Bass

Sea bass, snow peas, broccoli, mushrooms, zucchini, and carrots with an onion and ginger topping


“Sea bass is a great choice because it’s low in fat, high in  protein, and easy to digest. We serve it grilled with delicious vegetables.”

– Chef Seng Chai

 


 

Photos by Rich Smith

Mellow Mushroom

The Caesar Pie

Springwater dough, olive oil and garlic base, pesto chicken, provolone, mozzarella, and feta cheese topped with a Caesar salad and roma tomatoes and served with a glass of Smith & Hook cabernet sauvignon


“Mellow’s Caesar Pie is a deliciously fun pizza to prepare and eat. It’s a tasty combination with freshly grilled pesto chicken and a cool Caesar salad topping.”

– Chef Bentley Jenson

 


 

(above) Photo by Terry Henson

Dish T’Pass

Grilled Chicken Ready-Made Meal

Grilled chicken, pan-seared green beans, and Spanish rice, served with butternut bisque and house-made croutons


“Warm, full-flavored dishes are perfect for a winter meal.  You’ll find something similar to this on my family’s dinner table most nights, because we love meals that are a complete balance of nutrition, texture, and color.”

– Amanda Varnell, Owner

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