A recent trend among proper restaurants is incorporating special small plates menus designed for those wanting a lighter and less formal experience or who simply want to get in and out quicker. Anaheim White House is debuting its Small Plates Menu emphasizing various premium cuts of steak, buffalo, venison and lamb as well as Italian pasta dishes and other delicacies form around the globe.
Among the small plate offerings are tempura-style Anaheim sweet peppers stuffed with Jumbo lump crab and cream cheese and served with a ponzu fruit relish of mango, papaya and cucumber for $16.95; baked wild calamari atop a sushi roll and served alongside whitefish, jumbo lump crab and avocado gratin for $16.95; soft shell crab sauteed with shallots, capers, garlic, parsley and butter served with hash browns and Brie cheese for $18.50; a tropical pasta tossed in a tropical ragu for $9.50; and apricot-crusted North Atlantic scallops baked in puff pastry and served over seared plantains with a blackberry beurre blanc for $12.95.
The Anaheim White House is situated in a historic national landmark mansion dating to 1909. The Italian Steak House offers a varied menu, extensive wine list, unparalleled service and an elegant setting to create an unforgettable dining experience. The restaurant is located at 887 South Anaheim Blvd. in Anaheim. Reservations are recommended.
Its owner, Bruno Serato, has earned an international reputation as a philanthropist. In honor of his beloved mother, he founded the nonprofit Caterina’s Club to serve the region’s most vulnerable population the “motel children,” so named because their families are relegated to living in squalid conditions in local motels. In addition to feeding some 5,000 kids each week, he is now finding permanent homes for some of the families. Serato and Caterina’s Club have been featured worldwide on CNN, where he was named a CNN Hero, “CBS Evening News,” Huffington Post, and People magazine. He has been knighted by the Italian government and recognized by Pope Francis. For more information call (714) 772-1381 or visit www.AnaheimWhiteHouse.com.
Posted by Floyd Linzie