29 Nov Warm Up Your Taste Buds with Tryst Winter Menu
As the warmer temperatures give way to cooler temperatures and soothing ocean breezes, Tryst is ready to heat things up with a new Tryst winter menu that’s sure to delight. This upscale award-winning restaurant presents new offerings created by new Executive Chef Jon, demonstrating his impeccable flair for making taste buds tingle with excitement.
While some classics still remain on the Tryst winter menu – like the Boutique Oysters and the Shrimp and Pesto Flatbread, much thanks to Florida’s milder winter climate, there are new seasonal items that lovers of Tryst simply must try on their next dining adventure here.
First of all, start off with a salad like the new Beetroot Salad “Patzarosalata.” Consisting of roasted beets, Greek yogurt, candied walnuts, and frisée, a curly-leafed endive, it comes dressed in a tangy red wine vinaigrette. Or maybe go for an appetizer from the Tryst winter menu with an Asian-flair and try the Tuna Tataki. Fresh sushi-grade tuna is gently seared on the outside, leaving a rare center for the best of both worlds. Served with pickled ginger slaw and sweet soy, it’s a perfect start to your meal.Menu MAKE A RESERVATION
Want something that will truly warm you inside and out? Tryst winter menu! Go for the House-made Potato Perogies. Perogies, or dumplings filled with pureed potatoes, are served up at Tryst with sautéed onion, sour cream. And dill for a vegan-friendly option everyone will crave.
Nothing says winter quite like robust earthy vegetables which is why Chef Jon has created the unique dish of Chicken and Roasted Pumpkin Mole.
Combining American styles with the traditional Mexican mole, he has designed a dish that will truly warm your soul. Dressed with celery root and russet purée, wilted greens, and a crispy gluten-free corn tortilla, this dish is quickly becoming a new favorite among Tryst regulars.
To get your beef fix at Tryst, order the Creekstone Farms Ribeye with Bernaise sauce and truffle frites for another gluten-free option. Cooked to your desired perfection, it will never disappoint.
For a completely whimsical winter flavor, try out the new Pappardelle. There’s a succulent Lamb ragout, served with preserved lemon and pecorino. The Burrata is a great vegan option of Pappardelle, made with pumpkin, parmesan broth, and fresh kale.
To really make your meal spectacular at Tryst, don’t forget to order a creative libation from the bar. And save room for one of the decadent desserts, each one only $5.
For the perfect way to warm up in winter, Tryst is St. Petersburg’s ultimate dining destination. Make your reservations today to try out Chef Jon’s new winter wonders!
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