Our $20 Sunday Dinner for June 26th is pound for pound the best deal around. Form a union with Grilled Tomato, Arugula, Pickled Shallot, Fresh Mozzarella, Balsamic and Crouton. Red Wine Braised Beef maintains a bloc with Mashed Root Vegetable and Roasted Baby Squash. A Tres Leches Cake with Strawberries and Whipped Cream for dessert is all about cohesion. Lady Sherene "puts some english on it" at the bar.
The entree we served last weekend got such great reviews that we decided to put it on the menu. Come by and sink your fork into delicious Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Cauliflower-Polenta, Charred Broccolini and Red Wine-Balsamic Reduction. It’s textbook Summer comfort. Now we just need red and white table cloths. Photo by the ingenious Huong Nguyen.
If you enjoy wild caught fish you may want to pay attention. We’re serving up Grilled Local Yellowtail with Israeli Couscous and English Pea Emulsion. The dark flesh of Yellowtail lends itself particularly well to the grill, and the couscous makes quite a “summery” treatment. Toss on something light and get in here for it. Photo by the energetic Huong Nguyen.
Tiny little noodles of all shapes made here at Nook Bistro, that’s what Spaetzle is. Want to try some sauteed in a little brown butter and served with an Organic Half Roasted Chicken, Rutabaga-Carrot Puree and Asparagus? Visit Nook Bistro soon for a “spaetzle” experience (ha, get it?) Photo by Kat Eats LA.
We like Father’s Day so much that we’re going to continue celebrating by offering a special meal with paternal appeal. Join us tonight, June 20th as we beget Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Charred Broccolini, Cauliflower-Polenta and Fig Demi Glace for just $15. Get it with a glass of chilled Chateauneuf du Pape and there will be no questioning your patrilineage. Nook Bistro: where it’s always Father’s Day.