Patina Restaurant Presents
6-Course Dinner featuring
Thursday, December 6 at 7:15PM
Dating back to prehistoric times, Sturgeon’s ancestry is over 200 million years old. Legend has it that the first people to eat caviar were the Persians, on the shores of the Caspian Sea. Like many products that followed the trade routes of Central Europe, caviar reached Russia and the Court of the Tsars, who served it at lavish banquets. The consumption of caviar spread to Western Europe, and eventually all noble courts sought out the product, which had come to symbolize luxury.
We’ve partnered with Sturia Caviar to bring you a tasting experience that will indulge your caviar curiosities and expand your knowledge of the lavish dish. Executive Chef Andreas Roller has curated a tasting menu that features a flight of five different caviars, each with different taste, texture and maturation.
Taste the freshness of a newly harvested caviar to the power of a refined caviar. Dinner includes an aperitif, six courses, featuring a variety of Sturia Caviar, and wine pairings.
shiso, fingerlime, sea lettuce, sturia jasmin
young caviar, creamy texture, delicate taste of crème fraiche and fresh hazelnut
pumpkin, smoked crème fraiche, maple, sturia classic
soft texture, iodized and powerful taste
St. Moritz Snow
Yukon gold potato, sour cream, sturia vintage
add black winter truffle $50
firm and buttery grains, fruity and iodized flavours, hints of nut
celery, smoked eel, champagne sauce, nasturtium, sturia oscietra
firm and buttery grains, fruity and iodized flavours, hints of dried fruit
tapioco, daikon, sturia grand chef
Sturia Grand Chef
firm grains, subtle, well-balanced, creamy notes of crème fraiche and toasted hazelnuts
Valrhona chocolates, hazelnut, cacao whip
$400 per person
Note: Price includes six courses with wine pairings, tax and gratuity.
Must be 21 or older to purchase.