This Sunday evening I will be joining several other Foodbuzz Featured Publishers for a free dinner at Brasa Restaurant in Seattle. I’m so excited and have been looking at their menu for two weeks now! Unfortunately I still haven’t decided how to spend my $50 in food money, so I need your help. This is my first poll on my blog so I hope it works. There are two menus to choose from, the lounge menu and the dinner menu.
I’ve decided that I want to get the curried mussels for sure, because since we are going to be in the lounge at Happy Hour it’s only $6 and I love curried mussels. I also want to get the creme brulee from their dessert menu because I’ve never had it before but keep wanting to make some. But that’s only $14, so I need your help picking my main dish/dishes!
I’ve included 6 options, if you see something else on the menu leave a comment and I’ll consider it as well. First is Paella, a rice dish with chicken, shellfish and sausage which I’ve never had all together at once. Next is Muscovy Duck Breast, I’ve never had duck and would love to try it because I heard it’s difficult to cook well. Third is Risotto, just because I love risotto and this one has nettles which I’ve only been stung by, not ingested. Then we have the Lamb Burger simply because lamb is so good. Fifth up is the chimichurri steak which is really because I love chimichurri steak and have made it at home so it’s not a new dish, but I’m sure theirs is excellent. And last but not least is octopus, because how could I leave it off?
THE POLL IS NOW CLOSED…
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