Tuesday, February 26, 2013

OC Restaurant Week 2013: The Anaheim White House by Andrew Acuna

This past Sunday I had the pleasure to dine at the Anaheim White House for the OC Restaurant Week. The cost for the dinner was 30 dollars per person which includes an alcoholic beverage and 3 course meal.
The way the dinner menu is set up it is great to go with a friend so you are able to try the most items off the menu if you share. The drink, appetizer, and dessert come with two choices and there are 5 choices for the entrée.
Both drinks are made with champagne one is mixed with Chambord that comes in a champagne flute and the other is mixed with vodka, Chambord, and pineapple juice served in a martini glass.

The ravioli formaggio came out with three good size ravioli's.
The contemporary greens came in an edible rice paper shell and was tossed in there world famous passion fruit vinaigrette.
For the entrée I had the hanger steak (below) and my friend had the pappardelle bolognese (above). Both dishes where great and well portioned.

 For the dessert the white chocolate mousse (above) was well made and the fresh berries (below) were actually fresh.

 You may even be lucky enough to meet Bruno the owner. 

 For most people 30 dollars for a meal might sound a little much but if you take a step back and look what you got for that 30 dollars you will realize that not only did you get to try an amazing new place but that you received a great selection of food. This was my second time coming to the Anaheim White House and both times were greatly enjoyed. From being sat down at your table with napkins with bow ties and everyone in there dining staff giving you that elegant presentation from the bottle of wines being poured to the presentation of all the food that comes out. I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone that wants to have an amazing dining experience that is worth your money.

1 comment:

  1. Bruno feeds 300 motel kids daily and helped move families from the motel into their own place. He's awesome!!!!