|Chef Jorge Montes|
|Culinary magic at work|
|Crostini with Cognac-Liver Pate and Onion Jam|
|Duchess Potatoes with Caviar|
The theme for the evening was “A Night In Paris”. The minute I saw the menu, I grew more and more excited with each course and only wished I had been wearing my pink beret. I could tell great preparation and detail went into putting each course together - not only by the beautiful presentation of each dish but also by the thorough descriptions Chef Jorge gave us as they were served. We started the evening with a welcome drink called Kir Royal; a sweet and refreshing mix of sparkling wine with chambord. Ooh La La. While we all got to know each other, we indulged in some passed Hors D'oeuvres: Duchess Potatoes filled with chive cream and caviar and Crostinis with Cognac-Liver Pate and onion jam. They were manifique! I couldn't say no each time the platter came to my side of the table.
|Close up of Duchess Potatoes with Sour Cream & Caviar|
|French Onion Soup|
|Duet of Duck|
The meal was so impressive and amazing so far I didn't think it could be topped. But of course, never say never. Out came the Fifth Course, a decadent and rich Chocolate Souffle, mixed with blackberry compote and bathed with creme anglaise. Creme de la Creme! I don't care how full I was! I ate the whole thing.
Besides the catering and supper club dinners, Roho Kitchen also provides monthly cooking classes, wine dinners and healthy meal deliveries. They also have plans to open a Pop-Up restaurant very soon in a separate location. As I enjoyed my dinner and chatted with the other attendees, one thing stood out: Jorge and Vanessa have a loyal following. Everyone at the table had attended several of their events and were smitten. After this Parisian evening, I can see why.
For more information on Roho Kitchen, you can call them at 954-200-2895 or visit them online at http://www.rohokitchen.com.