Silicon Valley Restaurant Week runs from October 16 – 23, 2013, and it’s the perfect time to eat out at an old favorite or to explore some new restaurants.
Over 50 restaurants participate in the event, ranging from Californian cuisine to seafood to Mexican to Italian to Korean to steak and more.
During restaurant week the participating restaurants offer discounted three-course dinner menus. The meals include an appetizer, an entrée, and a dessert. Usually, restaurants offer three different options for each course to give diners a choice.
- mixed heirloom tomatoes, warm goat cheese, braised onions, crispy bread, tarragon dressing
- beer cheese soup, butterball potatoes, leeks, beet relish
- braised lobster mushroom, brussel sprouts chips, pearl barley,balsamic reduction
- crispy pork jowl, smoked tofu, turnips, hen of the wood mushrooms, pork sauce
- sweetbreads, squid ink spaetzle,, crispy pork skin, yogurt, caraway
- king salmon, quinoa, garbanzo beans, cippolini, romesco
- dragon eyes tea cake, cranberry jam, shiso whipped cream
- strawberry pudding, almond praline , mint
The set menu costs $45 and diners can add beer for $20 and wine for $30.
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