Fine Dining at Tryall on Valtentine's Day

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Thursday, February 08, 2018

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Luxury spot Tryall Club in Hanover will be opening the doors to its 1834 Great House Restaurant on Valentine's Day for an evening of fine dining curated by Italian chef Cusimano Salvatore.

The night's five-course menu will feature fresh oyster au gratin or pan-seared ostrich fillet on grilled polenta crostino, porto ruby reduction for the amuse-bouche. Three choices are available for the appetiser: snow crab or prime beef tartare with truffle oil and pommery mustard-infused salted butter baguettes or an air-cured selection of Scottish salmon with toasted bread, lemon capers and onions.

A pineapple, ginger, black mint sorbet will form the third course as a palate cleanser. Entrée options include a butterfly spiny lobster with New Zealand lamb chops with rosemary potato, grilled asparagus and French garlic butter. The second option is beef fillet Wellington and herb-grilled Atlantic salmon with organic spinach and potato parmentier, merlot wine reduction and champagne beurre blanc. Warm chocolate fondant, with berries coulis and Madagascar vanilla ice cream complete the courses.

The history-rich Georgia-style restaurant is perched on a hill overlooking Tryall's Quiet Beach with a breathtaking panoramic view and an ever-present breeze. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and water features, this, paired with an exciting menu, seems to set the stage for a memorable experience.


— Aceion Cunningham

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