Le Colonial, the acclaimed French-Vietnamese restaurant located at 601 East Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach, will feature an elegant Valentine’s Day menu to celebrate in style on Wednesday, February 14 from 4 to 10 p.m.
Le Colonial is known for its elegant ambiance, romantic cocktails from a world renowned mixologist, and divine upscale French-Vietnamese cuisine. For the Valentine’s Day special, guests can select one small plate or raw bar item, one large plate, and one dessert ($115++). Each dinner will start with the chef’s amuse bouche. Sumptuous appetizer choices include Chao Gio, a crispy shrimp and pork roll, served with a tangy chili lime sauce; Banh Uot, sesame beef ravioli; Sui Cao Chien, pan seared chicken dumplings; Goi Cu Cai Do, beet salad; Goi Ga, Vietnamese chicken and cabbage salad and more.
Featured entrées include Bo Luc Lac, a flavorful shaking beef dish that has been featured on Le Colonial’s menu since 1993. Other choices include Ca Chim, halibut with La Vong scent; Tom Xao Sate, spicy shrimp stir fry; and Ga Nuong Xa, roasted lemongrass chicken, along with other dishes.
Finally, guests will end on a sweet note with dessert selections including Warm Chocolate Cake, served with wild strawberry ice cream; Dark Chocolate Coated Long Stem Strawberry; Vanilla Crème Brulé and Chou Au Craquelin.
Dinner in the main dining room is available Sunday through Wednesday from 4-10 p.m., Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 4-11 p.m. Lunch is served each day from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Lounge, which is walk-in only, offers a special lounge menu and is open each night one hour later than the dining room, with that final hour for drinks only.
For more information, visit Lecolonial.com.
About Le Colonial
Le Colonial is a celebration of the seductive spirit and vivid flavors reminiscent of Saigon in the 1920s. With locations in Chicago, Houston, Atlanta, Delray Beach and Lake Forest, IL, the famed Vietnamese restaurant launched over three decades ago by celebrated restaurateurs Rick Wahlstedt and Joe King to raves by countless American critics, celebrities, and tastemakers in New York. Under the direction of acclaimed Vietnamese chef and cookbook author, Nicole Routhier, along with culinary director Hassan Obaye, the culinary team balances classic Vietnamese recipes and today’s health-conscious preferences, bringing the freshest, locally sourced vegetables and premium seafood and meats to life though an artful use of herbs and spices.