Monthly Archives: April 2013

22 04, 2013

Mushroom Soufflé Recipe

By | 2013-04-29T04:35:23+00:00 April 22nd, 2013|Recipes, Restaurants|0 Comments

While checking in on a table at Via Lago Trattoria, we often get the comment, “This is the most amazing dish!" When it comes out our mushroom soufflé, guests regularly comment on how much they love this appetizer. Even guests that generally don't care for mushrooms,  love this delicious appetizer. Since Mother’s Day is fast approaching, we thought this might be a great spring dish to serve at a brunch or as a wonderful first course for a special dinner with mom. Check out the recipe below and let us know what you think! Mushroom Soufflé Recipe Ingredients: 4 cups assorted chopped mushrooms such as (Oyster, Button, & Shitaki) 1 leek chopped 1/3 c. panko crumbs 1/8 c. finely chopped Italian parsley Extra virgin oil Cooking Instructions: Sauté chopped mushrooms and leeks in extra virgin oil Add panko bread crumbs, salt, pepper, parmesan cheese and parsley Oil, 5 to 6 inch in [...]

8 04, 2013

Local Beers at Trattoria Fantastica

By | 2013-05-11T00:04:22+00:00 April 8th, 2013|Culture, Restaurants|0 Comments

At Trattoria Fantastica, we like to keep things simple: good food, good drinks, and good company. We take pride in our service, making the customers feel like family and the restaurant feel like home. And to keep things in our San Diego family, we carry domestic beer from our hometown. Mission Brewery Located in downtown San Diego, Mission Brewery provides us with their Blonde Ale. While light in color, this bitter yet fruity beer goes well with our classic Spaghetti Bolognese or our mouthwatering Lasagna. Karl Strauss Another neighboring brewery, starting out on Columbia Street just blocks away from our restaurant, Karl Strauss opened their business in 1989. We carry their wheat beer, Windansea. You can start off drinking this Hefeweizen with our Insalata Spinaci, and continue enjoying it with our Quattro Formaggi pizza, as the malty and hoppy brew and its hint of clove compliment both dishes. Ballast Point Moving to [...]