The Mediterranean atmosphere immediately draws you in once you enter the restaurant. Burning candles, artistic paintings, and dimmed lighting are a few of the many surprises this restaurant has to offer. Plated is parmesan chicken with garlic mashed potatoes and fresh green beans. The tender chicken breast is seared and encrusted with Japanese breadcrumbs called panko. Then it’s layered on bed of smooth mashed potatoes and complimented with green beans. Lemon caper burre blanc and capers are drizzled on the parmesan chicken for extra flavor and presentation. The dish itself is light and it’s worth every bite. I loved the atmosphere, but I was little underdressed for the occasion. People were formally dressed, and I was wearing jeans and high heels. The moral of the story is make sure you check the dress code to see if you have to wear pants n’ ties.
FYI: Capers Restaurant & Bar
FOOD TIP: Capers are native to the Mediterranean.