13 Jun Tryst’s Restaurant Week Menu
For a mere $30, you will be treated to three courses of tantalizing offerings that infclude one appetizer, one entrée, and one dessert. Tryst’s Restaurant Week menu is preset with the most desirable dishes selected from the new summer menu of bold and unique tastes. From casual fare to fine dining creations, it’s an excellent opportunity to get a true taste of the Tryst experience, where outstanding culinary creativity is always on the menu.
June 16 – 26: Tryst’s Restaurant Week Menu
The Restaurant Week menu at Tryst includes a choice of one of three drool-worthy appetizers. Baja Tacos bring a Mexican twist to fresh-caught mahi mahi, perfectly grilled and lovingly dressed in a gluten-free corn tortilla with guacamole, pickled red cabbage, cilantro and a burst of heat from hot pepper sauce. For a more European flair, choose the Gulf Shrimp & Pesto Flatbread. It tickles the senses with sweet charred pineapple, red onion & poblano pepper salsa that is just tingly enough to give a kick without packing too much heat, shaved parmesan reggiano, baby arugula and a gentle drizzling of aged balsamic. The contrasting flavors unite in harmony with every bite. Or go for something simple and hearty – the Cherry Smoked Baby Back Ribs. Slow-cooked to absolute perfection, the meat falls off the bone and the jai alai barbecue sauce that joins it will make you feel no shame in licking your fingers clean.
You’ll have to choose just one as part of your preset dining delight. And that goes for the entrées too. When it comes to pasta dishes, Tryst makes all pasta fresh in-house. You can truly taste the difference. One of the options on the Restaurant Week entrée menu is the Ricotta Cavatelli. Cavatelli literally means “little hollows” in Italian, making this pasta that resembles tiny little hot dog buns a perfect fit to trap in the exquisite white wine sauce, butternut squash, pesto, pine nuts, wilted spinach and parmesan reggiano. It’s a prime choice for a meat-free meal. On the other hand, if meat is your indulgence du jour, try the lovely Lemon Tarragon Chicken, with farm-to-table fresh adornments of artichokes, baby potatoes, sun dried tomato and asparagus. For a celebration of the senses, go for the best Jambalaya outside of New Orleans, made with gulf shrimp, chicken and andouille sausage, and creole rice.
And finally, you can finish off your fabulous evening at Tryst’s Restaurant Week event by choosing one of the cravable dessert options. The full dessert menu is available to choose from on the preset menu, but choosing just one of these intensely indulgent items will be most difficult. There’s the irresistible French-Style Croissant Doughnuts served in a stack of light and airy deliciousness, drizzled with crème anglaise and St. Germain triple berry coulis. House-made Panna Cotta, Italian custard served cold with ripe seasonal berries, provides a lighter yet no less tasty option. For a little more decadence, choose the Madagascar Vanilla Crème Brûlée with that signature top layer of burntish sugary caramel that you must crack through to get to the rich custard beneath. And for the ultimate decadent indulgence to end your evening at Tryst, try the Chocolate Lava Cake. Sinfully rich with a heavenly chocolate cake that oozes pure chocolate goodness, it is served with a scoop of house-made maple vanilla ice cream. Alternatively, you can also choose to end your meal with a nightcap in the form of a dessert cocktail. Not Your Father’s Root Beer is for guests of legal drinking age only and tastes just like the root beer float of your dreams, complete with a scoop of house-made maple vanilla ice cream.
Experience Restaurant Week at Tryst, an award-winning dining destination that dazzles with our executive chef’s eclectic dishes and pours on the charm with a full bar featuring a sensational menu of innovative signature cocktails. Service is second to none, leaving you to feel pampered from the moment you walk in until the moment you leave. With 3 courses for only $30 during this exclusive event, reservations will be filling up fast. Get your taste of Tryst and make your reservation today.