A Foreign Taste is a bistro with an emphasis on imported wines and a carefully curated menu with dishes from all over the world.
DINNER MENU + WINE
A Foreign Taste has a wide variety of dishes with lots of seafood, pastas and meat. I got their pre-fix four-course meal ($38/person). For the first course I got Bruschetta (tomato, basil, balsamic, garlic, parmesan, red onion), the second course was Caesar Salad, the third course was a butter-basted fillet, and the final course was chocolate cake. They also have a selection of entrees to choose from if you don't want the pre-fix.
No matter what you order, be sure and try a glass of wine with your meal. They have a large selection of wines from South Africa, Italy, and France.
A Foreign Taste is also open for brunch on the weekends. Choose from brunch classics like stuffed french toast, chicken and waffles, omelets, biscuits and gravy, etc. They also have bottomless mimosas for $16!
OJ not your thing? Order a yummy Bloody Mary, Aperol Spritz, juices, or coffee to pair with your weekend brunch.
A Foreign Taste is a low-lighting restaurant with nice tablecloths, wine up and down the walls, and excellent service. It's a great place for date night, to impress that colleague of yours, or just to celebrate a special occasion with a fancy dinner, or brunch with your besties.
HOURS & LOCATION
A Foreign Taste is open for brunch on the weekends (Saturday 8-noon, Sunday 9:30-1). However, you can enjoy their dinner menu Wednesday-Thursday from 5-9 p.m, Friday from 4-9 p.m, and again on Saturdays from 5-9.
The bistro is located at 14242 Fort St, next to the Standing Bear Reservoir.
Thanks to A Foreign Taste for sponsoring this post.