Monday April 11th 6;30 PM
182 S. Main Street, Bowling Green
Cost: $25 per person
The traditional feast features lamb, which is sourced from local producers. Reservations are required for the lamb dinner, and suggested for the other options (beef, chicken, vegetarian).
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Naslada Bistro Menu - Slow Food Event 4/11/11
Appetizer--Veggie Spread on Toast
Salad--House Special Salad
Main Course (all meat is organic and local)
**Slow-Roasted Lamb – Served with brown rice and spinach
(This is the Easter tradition; prior reservations necessary for this choice.)
Chicken Piccata – Tender chicken cutlet flavored with delicate lemon-wine sauce.
Served with homemade noodles and sautéed asparagus.
Chicken Paprikash -- Tender chicken cutlet cooked in our carrot-onion wine s
sauce, served over Naslada’s homemade noodles.
Drunken Chicken – Golden baked organic-fed quarter chicken slowly roasted to
perfection with beer flavored baby potatoes.
Stuffed Peppers – Classic Bulgarian recipe of bell pepper stuffed with seasoned
mixture of ground beef, rice and vegetables. Topped with parmesan cheese
Beef in Clay Pot – Slow roasted grass0fed beef with carrots, onions and mini
Bella mushrooms in our special tomato-wine sauce. Served with rice pilaf.
Beef Goulash Stroganoff – A German recipe of beef sirloin cooked with leeks,
mushrooms, onion and sour cream. Served over homemade wide noodles.
Vegetarian Pasta “Rasta” – Delicious sauce of fresh portabella, spinach, tomatoes
in garlic-alfredo sauce. Served over our own homemade pasta. Sprinkled with shredded Parmesan-Asiago cheese. Add grilled chicken strips for $3.00.
Vegetarian Gyuvech in Clay Pot – Organic fresh tomatoes, green peppers, red
onion, mini Bella mushrooms, Bulgarian Feta cheese and two Omega-3
Cake Style Baklava – Sweet layered delight with walnuts and syrup.
French Crepes Flambé – Apricot, strawberry or chocolate crepes flambéed in
light rum syrup.