Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Bahama Breeze Introduces New Rice Bowls!

Bahama Breeze Island Grille, has announced that it has rolled out a new line of Rice Bowls. The new
Rice Bowls feature fresh island flavors ranging from savory to sweet to spicy, are available on both the lunch and dinner menu, and can be ordered in advance as part of the restaurant’s “To-Go” menu.

“We developed our new Rice Bowls to be very approachable while also appealing to our guests' diverse dining preferences and tastes,” said Peter Olsacher, Bahama Breeze Executive Chef. “From Caribbean Creole to an Asian-island inspired sweet chili and ginger sauce, each bowl brings a distinct international island flavor to the table.”

At Bahama Breeze guests can choose from one of six Rice Bowl creations:
  •  Shrimp Creole - Tender shrimp sautéed in a Caribbean Creole sauce, chorizo sausage, sweet peppers, olives and tomatoes served over basmati rice.
  • Carnitas - Slow roasted pork, sautéed with chorizo sausage, fresh corn, sweet plantains and garbanzo beans in a cumin-citrus sauce served over yellow rice.
  • West Indies Chicken Curry - Sautéed chicken, chickpeas and tomatoes simmered in a traditional West Indies curry sauce with coconut milk. Served over basmati rice with warm Naan bread and roasted pineapple chutney.
  • Chipotle Beef - Sautéed beef sirloin, fresh corn and black beans in chipotle sauce served over basmati rice and cheese; topped with sour cream, fresh salsa and ripe avocado.
  • Vegetarian Asian Tofu - Sautéed tofu, Shiitake mushrooms, bok choy, bell peppers and edamame in a sweet chili and ginger sauce; served over basmati rice and topped with peanuts.
  • Asian Chicken & Vegetable - Sautéed chicken, Shiitake mushrooms, bok choy, bell peppers and edamame in a sweet chili and ginger sauce; served over basmati rice and topped with peanuts.
I had the exciting chance to go an check out the new Rice Bowls this week and let me tell you, I was really impressed. I wasn't sure what to expect really, but the flavors in the rice bowls were lively and delicious  I tried the West Indies Chicken Curry and it was absolutely spot on. the sweet curry mixed with the perfectly cooked chicken and pineapple chutney was just right and actually spot on for a chain curry, something that seems to be hard to achieve. The Naan was a fresh and tasty addition too!

The addition of the new Rice Bowls to the menu is just one way that Bahama Breeze is continuing to feed guests’ island spirits. The restaurant recently introduced a new Late Night Happy Hour offering half-price appetizers Sunday through Thursday, from 9 p.m. to close (availability, times and specific offerings may vary by location). To find details about a specific restaurant’s Late Night Happy Hour, or the new Rice Bowls, please visit www.bahamabreeze.com.

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