Celebrate Easter Lunch or Dinner at Chef Point Cafe

FORT WORTH, TX, April 20, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ — Chef Point Cafe is one Fort Worth Restaurant that will be serving up Easter dinner with flair this year. This gas station eatery has an Easter special menu just for Sunday with a limited version of it being served on Good Friday. The Grilled Australian Lamb Lollipops may go down as the Easter favorite but soups, salads and more will be available to tempt taste buds too. Celebrate the spring season with a special meal on a special day this Easter.

What is Easter all about? Family? Friends? Forgiveness? At this Fort Worth restaurant, it is about all three. Celebrate the season with friends and family, then forgive yourself for eating such rich food. Some people control themselves throughout the Lent season just waiting for that hearty lamb dinner. The Good Friday menu choices include Trout Almondine, Whole Snapper, Stuffed Swordfish and Poached Salmon but the Easter menu offers much more for those who may have been missing such savory food.

Start Easter dinner off right with a gourmet appetizer. What Nots are mushrooms hand stuffed with three cheeses baked in savory garlic butter. Fried Green Tomatoes are another option. This southern specialty is served with fresh sliced mozzarella, pesto sauce, roasted peppers, micro greens then topped with Texas honey. Poultry fans can appreciate the Duck Breast Appetizer, which is sauteed in spicy plum sauce and served over fresh spinach.

Just because it is tradition, doesn’t mean lamb must be served for Easter dinner. This Fort Worth restaurant has a special selection of entrees just for this day. The Chicken Provolone is alive with Italian flavor and consists of grilled chicken topped with crabmeat, Provolone cheese and Asiago sauce atop angel hair pasta. Surf and turf fans can enjoy the Prime Rib and Lobster that comes with mashed potatoes and fresh asparagus. Seafood lovers have all the choices offered on Good Friday plus one tasty addition- Pecan Parmesan Cheese Crusted Mahi Mahi. This fresh fish is perfectly sauteed, served atop fettuccine and topped with lemon butter sauce. Guests seeking that spring lamb dinner will not be disappointed with the Grilled Australian Lamb Lollipops.

No Easter dinner is complete without dessert. This Fort Worth restaurant is renowned for their unparalleled Bread Pudding. This sweet treat is freshly prepared with Chef Nwaeze’s own hot cognac sauce. Chocoholics can order the Chocolate Mousse served in a champagne glass. This delicious delight is topped with homemade whipped cream and fresh strawberries. Even the Easter bunny couldn’t turn down these desserts.

For Good Friday and Easter dinner, remember to celebrate with loved ones in a place known for great food. Chef Point Cafe caters to everyone and even has three special Easter entrees just for kids. Let this Fort Worth restaurant make the meals while you make the memories. Before the Easter egg hunt, make it over to Chef Point Cafe at 5901 Watauga Road in Watauga, Texas. For full Easter menu and more information, log onto http://www.chefpointcafe.org.