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Knife & Spoon celebrates Michelin star win with special four-course menu through June 17

Written By Scott Joseph On May 19, 2023

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In celebration of achieving Michelin stardom for the second year in a row, Knife & Spoon, the upscale steak and seafood restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes Orlando, is offering a special four-course menu now through June 17.

Tyler Kineman, chef de cuisine for John Tesar, the Dallas-based celebrity chef, has put together a table d’hote with each course offering two choices. And there isn’t a clunker among them, with such favorites as hamachi crudo, fresh local oysters, whole fish and prime New York strip steak. (See the full menu below.) There is an optional wine pairing, as well.

Cost of the four-course dinner is $180 per person; the wine pairing is $90. My recommendation is for couples to order each alternate choice so you can get a taste of everything, for the win.

Of course the regular menu will be available, too, so you can see why the Michelin inspectors were moved to award Knife & Spoon a star, one of only four Central Florida restaurants so honored.

Knife & Spoon is open for dinner daily. Click here for more information and to make a reservation.

Here’s the full celebratory four-course menu:

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First Course:
Half Dozen Local Oysters
Fermented Seaweed & Cucumber Mignonette
Or
Hamachi Crudo
Avocado, Florida Grapefruit, White Soy, Sriracha, Cilantro

Second Course:
Garden Salad
Local Produce & Greens, Regenerative Vinegar
Or
Peach & Ricotta Salad
Spring Mint Peas, EVOO & Onion Ash Powder, Lacto-Fermentation Peach Vinaigrette

Third Course:
Market Whole Fish
Nuoc Cham Butter Emulsion
-Locally Sourced by Kelly Seafood
Or
16oz Prime New York Strip

Comes with Sides:
Cultivated Mushrooms
-Locally Sourced from Play of Sunlight
&
Seasonal Vegetables
-Locally Sourced from Frog Song Organic Farms

Fourth Course:
Grand Cru Chocolate
Dark Chocolate Mouse, Raspberry, Ganache, Bergamot Cloud
Or
The Apple
Apple Chutney, Almond Chocolate Crunch. Lychee Sorbet

Wine Pairing:
First Course:
Domaine William Fevre, Chablis, France 2020, 3oz pour

Second Course:
Terrazze dell’Etna, Ciuri, Nerello Mascalese, Italy 2018, 3oz pour

Third Course:
Local Fish: domaine de la Charbonniere, Chateauneuf-Du-Pape Blanc, France 2021, 3oz pour
Prime NY Strip: Faust Wines, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, California 2020, 3oz pour

Fourth Course:
Hetszolo Tokaj Aszu 5 Puttonyos, Hungary 2010, 3oz pour

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