Who hasn't heard or experienced the famous saying that in love "opposites attract"?
Love might not be the only place where opposites attract, though: opposites also attract in the kitchen! (But just to be clear: not everything goes. We'll explain a little bit more).
The best example of this is the sweet and savory combination of flavors, a tradition that dates back as far as the Romans, Arabs and Oriental sweet sauces that are still used to today to garnish many savory dishes like grilled meat.
This contrast in flavor is a fascinating way to introduce the palate to the nuances of taste. Now, thanks to international trade and the popularity of fusion cuisines, the boundaries between sweet and salty are fuzzier than ever before and the possibilities for combining foods are virtually endless.
Even cooking techniques are undergoing contrast transformation and now it's common to not just see meat and fish on the grill, but also season fruits.
At Da Bruno Restaurant, we offer a dish that combines all of the sweet and savory flavors of summer thanks to a careful selection of seafood like crawfish, shrimp, prawns, clams and mussels with fresh fruits.
This dish features grilled seafood accompanied by grilled seasonal fruits that is both a complete meal and a great ally again fat intake and part of a healthy diet.
Since fish and seafood are often considered lighter than meat, their accompaniment usually is lighter, as well. That's why this summery dish aims to balance its garnish with nutrition and aims to find a harmony between textures and rich flavors that can be enjoyed at lunch or dinner.
In addition to this dish, you'll also find many other suggestion at Da Bruno Restaurant such as our Galia melon with Shrimp Cocktail and are Seafood and Fruit Salads.
What about you? Would you like to taste how opposites attract?
We'll see you at Da Bruno Restaurant!
Book your table by calling 952 903 318 or through our website at www.dabruno.com or reserve directly by clicking HERE