Find Romance at Cafette in Chestnut Hill
…with an intimate Prix Fixe Valentine’s Day Menu for $35
This Valentine’s Day weekend, find romance at Cafette BYOB. Cafette is the perfect spot to enjoy an intimate dinner with your loved one, and Chef Bela Durst’s three course Prix Fixe Valentine’s Day Menu is sure to please.
The cost is $35 per person (plus tax and gratuity). Cafette’s Valentine’s Day Menu is offered Thursday, February 14th through Saturday, February 16th. Open seating is available from 5:00 – 10:00pm. Chef Durst’s a la carte menu will also be available. Reservations can be made by calling 215-242-4220.
Cafette’s Prix Fixe Valentine’s Day Menu
Three courses for $35 (plus tax & gratuity)
Offered Thursday, February 14th – Saturday, February 16th
First Course (choice of)
Exotic Mushroom and Sweet Pea Risotto
rich creamy risotto cooked with assorted mushroom and organic peas, served over a wild mushroom broth
and finished with fresh grated reggiano cheeseRoasted Beet Salad
sliced roasted beets, tender green beans, toasted walnuts, maytag bleu cheese, walnut oil vinaigrette
Second Course (choice of)
butter poached asparagus, pomegranate sauceGrilled Filet of Beef
leek potato gratin, butter poached asparagus,
wild mushroom sauce, roasted beet relishDessert Course (choice of)
Chocolate Pots de Crème
crumbled hazelnut brittle and crème chantilly
Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
Cafette is now open Wednesday through Sunday and closed Monday and Tuesday, Cafette will return back to their spring hours beginning in April.
Winter Hours of Operation…
Wednesday – Sunday 5:00 – 9:00pm
For 20 years, locals have known that Cafette’s seasonal menu, fresh ingredients and relaxed atmosphere make it the perfect spot for gathering.
Cafette’s dynamic and seasonal menus have an emphasis on local produce and moderate prices, in keeping with their history of serving good value along with great food.
Located off the main drag in Chestnut Hill, their staff of local faces is waiting to welcome you.
Chef Bela Durst began his culinary adventures in San Francisco nearly 30 years ago where he apprenticed for Chef Jeremiah Tower at the acclaimed Stars Restaurant. Tower has been credited with developing the culinary style known as “California Cuisine.”
Since then, Chef Durst has been honing his skills at restaurants in San Francisco, Napa and Philadelphia. His culinary philosophy is to pair fresh, local, seasonal ingredients that prove to be fun and inspired, yet simple!
8136 Ardleigh Street | Chestnut Hill, PA 19118 | 215-242-4220