Caviar and Beef Dinner -- Alexander's Steakhouse
Alexander’s Steakhouse Cupertino is featuring a special dining event on March 23, 2017 that pairs Caviar & Beef in an exclusive seven course tasting menu format designed and prepared by award-winning Chef Claude Le Tohic.
Chef Claude Le Tohic has built his culinary reputation through years of dedication and forward-thinking creativity. His exceptional talent has contributed to Michelin Star ratings for fine-dining establishments in Europe and the United States including the only Michelin 3 Star restaurant in Las Vegas, Joel Robuchon at the MGM Grand. He was also the recipient of the elusive Meilleur Ouvier de France Award in 2004. This award is bestowed upon the very best of the best and is only given out every four years.
Every detail of this extraordinary dinner has been thoughtfully rendered, right down to the sourcing of the highlighted ingredient, Bulgarian Sturgeon Caviar. Chef Le Tohic, accompanied by Executive Chef Jared Montarbo, traveled across the globe to the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria to visit one of the world's oldest and most renown purveyors of luxury, sustainably-farmed caviar, for an in depth immersion into the production and harvesting of this iconic ingredient. Inspired by all he learned and well equipped with a variety of caviar straight from the source, he has designed a very special menu that caters to lovers of caviar and novices alike.
Platings include a Miyazaki beef “Tataki” in a fine tartare topped with Osetra Caviar, Turbot slowly cooked with seaweed butter, jumbo asparagus, dry aged wagyu and Sevruga Caviar, and wood-fired Imperial Hanger Steak with mushroom macaroni gratin and natural juice.
This incredible dinner is by reservation only and will be held from 6:30-8:30pm. Cost is $350 per person excluding tax and tip. Wine pairings, thoughtfully selected, will be available for an addition $95. For reservations call Alexander's main line (408-446-2222) or send an email.
Date: March 23, 2017 6:30 PM-8:30 PM
Location: Alexander's Steakhouse | Cupertino