FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SHERATON GRAND AT WILD HORSE PASS OFFERS A TASTE OF ROMANCE THIS VALENTINE’S DAY
Phoenix, AZ – (January 18, 2017) – Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass is the perfect place to celebrate your love this Valentine’s Day. We invite you to toast to your sweetheart while indulging in the Valley’s premier culinary experience offered at Kai restaurant at Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass. As Arizona’s only Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond rated restaurant, the indigenous fare and breathtaking views will make this year’s Valentine’s Day your most memorable yet.
Ryan Swanson, Chef de Cuisine at Kai, has prepared an exquisite seven-course prix-fixe tasting menu to be offered on Tuesday, February 14th. This specialty menu entitled “Tachchu,” the Pima word for love, will be offered at $220 per person with wine parings selected by Sommelier and Wine Director Kevin Lewis available at an additional $100 per person.
Exclusive menu highlights include; “Roses & Foie Gras” with Hudson Valley foie gras, pink peppercorn crust and rose perfume along with red velvet and blood orange cake. “Love Birds” will follow with a roasted guinea hen, pheasant and quail torchon, king trumpet mushrooms and a desert herb bouquet. Continue the celebration of fine food with the option of two different entrees. Select from a compressed halibut with Timut berry, pinon espuma, braised kalettes and pickled cauliflower, or “The Mangalista Pig” with crisp belly, saguaro and pomegranate syrup, seared tenderloin, acorn and burnt cinnamon ash beside salt roasted roots. Complete the dining journey of love with the chocolate raspberry torte fashioned with Manjari chocolate ganache, raspberry hibiscus sorbet, devil’s cake and rosewater meringue.
Ko’sin restaurant will offer a four-course prix-fixe menu on Tuesday, February 14th from 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. featuring several delicious entrée and dessert selections served with beautiful views of the Sierra Estrella Mountains. The prix-fixe menu is $80 or $72 for seniors. Begin the dining experience with a cauliflower velouté of crispy cauliflower, paddlefish roe and crème fraiche followed by a kohlrabi salad of buttermilk fried oyster, shaved fennel, strawberries, smoked almonds and a fresh citrus aioli. Entrée highlights include; lobster and prawn agnolotti with Maine lobster, mascarpone, Pacific prawns topped with Champagne espuma, and charcoal rubbed ribeye with I’itoi onions, wild mushrooms, Yukon potatoes and a cabernet reduction. Dessert offerings to include an indulgent liquid chocolate cake with warmed chocolate, raspberry hibiscus coulis and Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream or a strawberry and almond verrine with mesquite almond mousse, strawberry geleé and rosewater meringue.
Dining reservations are required for both Kai and Ko’sin. Please call 602.385.5726 or visit www.opentable.com to confirm your reservation.
At Aji Spa, it is believed that love should be celebrated on more than just one day. Spoil your loved one any time this month by spending the day in luxury at the Forbes Four-Star spa. For the ultimate romantic experience, relax side by side with the one you love during a couples massage or one of our many Indigenous treatment options available at www.ajibrochure.com.
From Saturday, February 11th through Sunday, February 19th, Aji Café will be featuring three enchanting menu offerings sure to entice every palate. Among the offerings include; a citrus poached shrimp and crab cocktail served with a spicy bloody mary cocktail sauce, avocado and Fresno chili pickles, or an artisanal cheese board served with Kai honey brittle, orange blossom apricot mostarda and pasilla chili lavosh. Should you care to indulge in a traditional treat, split two glasses of Champagne and four chocolate covered strawberries. Pricing for these specialty items vary from $18 to $28. If you would rather cheers to your sweetheart with a flirty cocktail, sip on “Rosey Cheeks” with Champagne, rosewater and strawberries. Pricing for Aji Café’s cocktail menu starts at $12. For additional information, visit www.ajibrochure.com or call 602.385.5759.
After a day of wining, dining and relaxing, extend the evening and stay overnight in one of 500 luxury resort guestrooms. Deluxe accommodations offer stunning vistas of surrounding mountains and golf courses, inviting you to focus on your love and create memorable moments that are authentic, indigenous and truly yours. Visit www.wildhorsepassresort.com for current offers and promotions.
The Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass is a total destination resort showcasing the heritage, culture, art and legends of the Pima and Maricopa Tribes. The resort offerings include: 500 culturally themed rooms, Forbes Five-Star/AAA Five-Diamond Dining at Kai restaurant, the Forbes Four-Star Aji Spa; 36-holes of Troon-managed golf at Whirlwind Golf Club; the 1,000-acre Koli Equestrian Center, and several nearby attractions. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram @sheratongrandaz and Twitter.
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