Valentine's Day Dinner
Our annual At-Home Valentine's Day Dinner is back!
Four courses for $65 per person. All items are fully prepared, ready to reheat and plate at home.
Orders must be received by Wednesday, February 8th at 12:00 pm.
Pick up at Surdyk's Cheese Shop on Tuesday, February 14th.
Ceviche of Seabass with Passionfruit [gf, df]
Pancetta*, Cream, Egg, Truffled Pecorino
*Pancetta optional for vegetarian choice
Jamón, Housemade Pâté, Mortadella, Finocchiona, Mustard Seeds, Fig Confit, Sourdough Cracker [df, gf-adaptable]
Curly Endive, Watercress, Radicchio, Blood Orange, Pomegranate, Chevre Ranch [gf, veg]
Roast Duck Leg
Five-Spice Reduction, Chinese Noodles, Baby Bok Choy [df]
Tarragon Remoulade, Parsnip-Potato Mash, Haricot Vert
Herbs, Oyster & Chestnut Mushrooms, Mascarpone, Parmigiano Reggiano [gf, veg]
Chocolate Budino Pudding with Whipped Cream [veg]
Caramelized Quince with Ginger Mascarpone [gf, veg]
Cheese Lover’s Plate [veg]
Add on: Cheese Course for Two—$18
Pick up a bottle of wine (or a few!) at Surdyk's Liquor to pair with your Valentine's Day Dinner.
You can also pre-order at surdyks.com for a quick and easy, one-stop pick up.
Surdyk's Wine Consultant Noelle Starr chose these as her recommendations for the menu:
Yannick Paquet Crémant de Bourgogne Brut (118743) $24.99
Cremant de Bourgogne is made in the traditional method of Champagne, and shows notes of brioche bun, apple, ripe pear, and brioche.
De Wetshof Limestone Hill Chardonnay (117595) $19.99
This unoaked Chardonnay is fermented and then aged on its lees in stainless steel tanks, resulting in a wine that’s both beguilingly complex and lip-smackingly refreshing.
Gobelsburg 'Cistercien' Rosé (102540) $15.99
This soft salmon-colored, dry Rosé shows summer berry, wildflower,
and striking minerality.
Blood Root Pinot Noir (117402) $23.99
100% Pinot Noir from select vineyards across Sonoma County. Notes of cherry,
marionberry, dried orange peel, and rose petal offer botanical finesse to the
wine’s lively acidity.
Muscat de Beaumes de Venise is undoubtedly the best of all the Muscat wines made in Southern France, and Durban is considered the best estate. The wine is a pure delight with the distinctive Muscat flavors of flowers, tropical fruit and honey.