A warm welcome to our new client and new Yaletown restaurant Tequila Kitchen!

Scot Roger, food stylist, and I had the pleasure of photographing some of the tasty and delicious dishes from their menu, that made me feel like I was eating in Mexico again. I love that. Laura, her son and Chef Claudia have put their heart and soul into this place, and we were happy to give them a little boost.

Pollo en pipian verde © 2008 Jackie Connelly

above: Pollo en pipian verde © 2008 Jackie Connelly

Drunken Lamb © 2008 Jackie Connelly

above: Drunken Lamb © 2008 Jackie Connelly

Participating in the Taste of Yaletown event (see previous post for event details and a few more photos), Tequila Kitchen is a new(er) restaurant to the local scene, they opened just about 7 months ago. If you haven’t tried their menu yet, this reduced price dining event would be a great opportunity to do so. For $25 Tequila Kitchen is offering:

Appetizer
Sopa de Tortilla

(rich tomato and dry chile soup with thin totrilla crisps, avacado, cheese and cream)
-or-

Queso Pundido Altequila

(melted cheese flambéed with tequila, tomato, onion and cilantro)
-or-
Ceviche de Pescado

(lime-marinated halibut with cucumber, serrano chile, onion, cilantro and tomato)

Entrée
Manchamanteles

(Pork and fruit in a blend of chiles)
-or-
Camarones al Tequila

(Shrimp flambéed in a creamy tequila sauce)
-or-
Pollo en Pipian Verde

(Chicken breast in a green pumpkin seed mole sauce)

Dessert
Caramel Crepes toped with Mexican caramel sauce and walnuts
-or-
Walnut Praline served with ice cream and milk and topped with Mexican chocolate

Happy dining!

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