| Originally Posted by NATASHA |
OK - I have to say, Don Emilianos was the best food (world reknowned chef) and environment of everywhere we ate. They don't have live music, but the environment is so great that i don't think you'd miss it. There's an outdoor eating area that they can set up just for you which would be nice given the size you're quoting. The chefs son's name is Angel Salinas (his email is firstname.lastname@example.org). VERY nice guy.
Here's our menu (the Vermicelli soup was amazing):
Price per person $ 40.00 USD (Tax & Service not included)
Ensalada Verde. - Organically grown greens with seasonal citric Supremes.
Fideo Seco.- Traditional dry Vermicelli soup with Tolucan chorizo & aged cheese.
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Pescado en Tikin Xic. - Yucatan style Catch of the Day, wrapped in banana leaves.
Filete Nicolasa. â€“ Dry chile crusted beef tenderloin with hibiscus flower sauce & tequila caramel apples.
Crepas de Pollo en Mole de Pistache â€“ Soft Chicken crepes with pistachio mole.
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Tarta de Chocolate. â€“ Stone ground chocolate tartlet with almond crust.
Mousse de Lim³n. â€“ Frozen lime mousse in warm broth of citrics & thyme.
Price per person $ 18.00 USD (Tax & Service not included)
Fideo Seco Coraz³n â€“ Dry vermicelli with butter, ground pepper & fresh cheese.
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Flautas de Pollo â€“ Crispy tortilla flutes stuffed with shredded chicken.
Filetito de Pescado. â€“ Lightly breaded catch of the day with white rice.
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Flan de la Abuela. â€“ Traditional cheese cooked caramel custard.
Thanks Natasha...I'll look into it.
Any other restaurant ideas are totally welcomed.
Thanks girls for your help