A lover’s feast awaits Friday evening in Che-Ah-Chi, a Sedona dining experience where a special prix-fixe menu ($125 per person) revolves around foods believed to be aphrodisiacs. Yes, it’s Valentine’s Day, when the chef pulls in such persuasive foods as oysters, chiles, figs, and of course chocolate, among many others to create an irresistible four-course meal designed to entice the senses.
White chocolate vinaigrette tops an arugula salad with strawberries and almonds. Or will you be seduced by the Kumamoto oysters sided with warm ale, garlic and capers? Still, there’s the Hamachi, glistening with an olive oil gelee over charred avocado. And that’s just the beginning.
Second course contenders involve lobster bisque with chile pepper compote, or a pheasant struedel with figs and walnuts. Main course options are heady with duck breast, beef tenderloin, sea bass or scallops, each with lovely renderings of sauces and herbs, perhaps Thumbelina carrots. Dessert is much anticipated and will not disappoint, as chocolate abounds.
Commit now by calling Che-Ah-Chi at 928.282.2900 to book your table.