On Sunday, January 19th, Tristan will host a special dinner prepared by Executive Chef Nate Whiting and Italian Chef Carlo Zarri. The five-course menu will showcase truffles and hazelnuts with wine pairings for each course. The dinner begins at 6:30 pm.
Chef Zarri is the chef and owner of Villa San Carlo Hotel and Restaurant in the Southern Piedmont region of Italy. According to a press release, the featured ingredients for the Tristan dinner were inspired by the truffle-rich Piedmont region and Zarri’s hometown of Cortemilia, which is touted as the hazelnut capital of the world.
The menu includes:
- King Prawn Tails fried in Hazelnuts Tempura
- Cardoon Veloute
- Risotto Piemonte with Black Truffles Piemonte
- Heritage Pork Confit
- Hazelnut Sponge Cake prepared by Tristan’s Pastry Chef Amanee Neirouz.
Tickets are $140 per person which includes the five-course meal and all wine pairings. To make your reservation, please call Rachael Rose at 843-534-2155 or email her at email@example.com.
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