The Chinese just rang in another year, this time celebrating the Ox, an animal symbolizing patience and hard work. And Fruia's Tre Amici--an Italian-styled Dallas steakhouse--has naturally joined in the fun, offering special Chinese New Year menu items all week long.
Yeah, makes sense.
Tre Amici's Tribute to the Chinese New Year, intersperses regular menu fare (like crab cakes, pasta, chicken marsala and steak) with Chef Tim Saufon's take on Asian cuisine. So diners can expect appetizers like lobster dumpling with shao hsing brandy sauce;
boneless beef short ribs with black bean sauce and Hong Kong-style steamed north Atlantic sole entrees; ginger risotto rice pudding for dessert, and more.
The new restaurant has been consistently well received since it opened in late 2008, so with a little patience and hard work, they'll be throwing a bash to welcome the year of the Tiger, as well.
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