The Mediterranean-inspired restaurant, located within the Kimpton Journeyman, was featured on Urban Milwaukee. Food writer, Cari Taylor-Carlson, describes her personal dining experience during a recent visit.
In her article entitled, “Not your Typical Hotel Restaurant”, Taylor-Carlson writes, “The room where we land is cozy, contemporary, and as one of my groups says, “It feels like a private dining room. We can have a quiet conversation.” We came at 7:00. When we leave at 9:30, we notice every table in every one of those adjoining rooms is occupied.”
Celebrity chef, Heather Terhune, spearheads the kitchen, conjuring up one-of-a-kind modern-styled Mediterranean dishes with inspirations derived from her various travels. Tre Rivali’s dinner menu includes six categories: Cicheti / tapas; seafood; pasta; pizza; and vegetables and large plates. There is no shortage of options from guests to choose.
“We choose instead, Sarah’s fave, Butterscotch Budino with rosemary shortbread and Chocolate Torte, a flourless chocolate cake served with rum sabayon and shaved chocolate. The butterscotch pudding has dense rich flavor from brown sugar cooked until it’s on the cusp of burned. A generous dollop of whipped cream and that rosemary spiked cookie add a scrumptious finale. As for the Chocolate Torte, my companion’s succinct comment says it all, “This is amazing. I may just lick the plate.”
Read the full article here.