PORTOBELLO DEBUTS 3-COURSE VALENTINE’S DAY MENU
Whisk a loved one away on a culinary trip to Italy
Guests can start the romantic meal with a complimentary round of Jeio Prosecco as Chef Cristobal Lopez serves a 3-course prix-fixe menu where lovers can pick and choose from two different starters and entrees.
Menu highlights include a Flat Iron Steak with spinach, garlic, and rosemary potatoes as well as a Chocolate Mousse with mascarpone whipped cream.
The entire menu includes:
Arugula Salad, Candied Walnuts, Raspberry Vinaigrette
Flat iron steak spinach, garlic, rosemary potatoes
Chocolate Mousse, Mascarpone Whipped Cream
The prix-fixe menu at Portobello Restaurant is $95.00 per couple.
Reservations can be made by calling 407.934.8888.
Portobello’s Antioxidant rich “La Saulté”
Portobello's specialty cocktail for the new year
1.5 oz Canadian Windsor
.5 oz Creme de Coco
.5 oz Liquor Pisa
Dash Orange Bitters
1 tsp Monin Rasberry Syrup
Chilled, stirred, and strained into a Martini glass
Garnish with two blackberries
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Biramisu at Portobello
With the inspiration of Chef Tony Mantuano, Chef/Partner at Spiaggia, and the collaboration of Portobello Executive Chef, Steven Richard, they have created an innovative dessert call biramisu. Just in time for Oktoberfest, the biramisu is Portobello’s very own variation of the traditional tiramisu. The biramisu incorporates a local organic porter from Orlando Brewing in a one of a kind dessert that I am sure you will agree is uniquely superb. Rachelle Lucas, provided a detailed overview of the biramisu that can be viewed at Inn the Kitchen. You can find out what ingredients are used in the creation of the biramisu as well as view photographs of Chef Steve in action. See how our chef combines all these ingredients into the unique biramisu presentation and learn more about the porter selected for this revolutionary dessert.