Savory @ Night



August 31, 2012

Posted By: Assunta Swier

You can't help fall in love with Claudia Johnson, co-owner and chef of Savory @ Night.  While we sat around sipping on our wine and enjoying dishes from their new menu, Claudia is teaching us the history of where these amazing creations originate from.  Watching her express her passion for her heritage is so admirable, even her partner, Jim, can't take his eyes off of her.  The authenticity of these dishes are simply undeniable.  The levels of flavors that hit your palate at different times is so pleasantly surprising with each bite.  

 

 

We started our culinary feast with a traditional Lentil Soup.  This dish was just amazing and you can imagine my surprise when I bit into tiny pieces of pineapple and plantains!  So savory and sweet!  

 

Myan Lentil Soup

 with plantain and chorizo (vegetarian option available)

 

 

Our next course was an amazing Ceviche.  The colors and flavors of this traditional dish were equally bursting.  Served with mussels in a chorizo and wine reduction making it the perfect pairing.  The presentation was a work of art.  Simply gorgeous and delicious! 

 

Latin Ceviche and Chorizo Mussels

red snapper, lime juice, Bermuda onions, cilantro, olive oil, sherry vinegar served on a mango Carpaccio

&

15 mussels served in a white wine and chorizo cream sauce drizzled with cilantro served with our homemade garlic toasted bread

 

The next plate to hit the table might have been my favorite, if I'm allowed a favorite that is.  This "taco" was in a league of it's own.  A fresh layer of tuna folded over the Tuna Tartare to create this "taco" feel.  Served with all of the goodness one would expect from a taco.  Again, the creativity both in flavors and aesthetics is a force to be reckoned with on this one!  A must try!

Tuna Tartare Tacos

 

Honestly, I couldn't believe at this point that there was more to come.  The big dogs, what we had come here for...the Main Event!  The Lobster, Steak, Mahi-Mahi, Pork and Seafood Fidebua!  Each of these main dishes were in their own right, the star of the show.  The were so delicious and offering such unique flavors!  I couldn't stop myself it was so damn good!

 

Tampiquena Steak and Fabada de Mahi-Mahi

Chipotle grilled Beef Tenderloin, served with Mexican rice & beans, poblano & cheese tart, cebollitas de chambray with a smoked cheese sauce

&

Seared Mahi-Mahi served over a "Febada", which is a Spanish bean pot (Habas, cannellini & limas) flavored with tomato, onion, chorizo, bacon & pork with clams & rice

  

Seafood Fidebua

(a taste of coastal Spain)

Sauteed prawns, fish, squid, mussels & clams tossed with fideos (durum wheat Spanish pasta) infused with lemon-saffron bouillabaisse broth, topped with parsley & piquillo pepper

 

Cancun Grilled Hibiscus Lobster and Apricot-Guava Pork

Lobster served with a pineapple-mango chutney sauce and Spanish- sundried tomato risotto

&

braised pork tenderloin in a creamy apricot, guava and red wine sauce, with fig and bacon arugula-spinach salad with lemon vinaigrette dressing drizzled on and a sweet chili sauce served on a fig manchego blue cheese flat bread

  

 

This was certainly a feast not to be missed!  Savory @ Night has unleashed these new menu items and I highly encourage you to go and try them TONIGHT and every night!  

For more information about The Savory Cafe and Savory @ Night go HERE

 


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