This year’s menu will be following the theme of “the art of making film.” The setting will be inspired by two of the most iconic restaurants for those in Hollywood: The Brown Derby in Los Angeles and Sardi’s in New York City’s Theatre District. In addition to the delicious large entrees he will be creating, he will also be serving 50 types of hors d’oeuvres, small entrees and desserts.
The full menu consists of sriracha-candied macadamia nuts; braised short rib with cauliflower puree and golden raisin puffed Thai rice; tortellini with artichoke fromage; white grape almond gazpacho; rye berry risotto with peas and asparagus; poke, stone crab, made-to-order sushi; smoked salmon Oscars; chicken pot pie with shaved black truffles; mini American Wagyu burgers with aged cheddar; pistachio crepes with strawberry-champagne foam and crumbled pistachio; caramelia shot with maple cream, muscovado couscous and coffee sorbet; chocolate passion layer cake with chocolate biscuit speculoos and banana ice cream; and a chocolate dessert bar featuring 24-karat-gold chocolate Oscars.
The 88th Annual Academy Awards will be held at the Dolby Theatre on Sunday, February 28, and will be televised live in more than 225 countries and territories.
For more information, please visit http://oscar.go.com.
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