It’s that time of the year again, January, when we reflect on our resolutions to eat healthier. At Savona Restaurant (100 Old Gulph Road; 610-520-1200), chef/partner Andrew Masciangelo has just launched his winter menu that will help you to make eating healthy easier.
Savona’s winter menu designed to help you stay on track with your New Year’s resolution
His new menu features plates with powerful antioxidants like Orange and Thyme Marinated Olives ($8). Dishes that are rich with omega-3 fatty acids like 5 Second Yellow Fin Tuna Crudo with buckwheat noodles, sesame, peanuts and scallion ($16); and Pan Seared Scottish Salmon with four grains, Brussels sprouts, dried tomato and chick pea puree ($24 ). Pile on the veggies withRoasted Baby Beets with whipped goat cheese and pistachio ($13); and Short Rib “Pot Roast” with Yukon potato, baby carrots, celery and horseradish ($26). Eat clean with fresh Carolina Rainbow Trout, French green lentil salad and pomegranate ($24); andWood Grilled Branzino with fennel, stewed tomato and olives ($32). See the full menu here.
For those who want to indulge, Savona’s new homemade desserts feature a Chocolate-Chestnut Tart with chestnut mousse, fresh whipped cream, candied chestnuts and shaved chocolate ($11); and Tiramisu made with homemade lady fingers, mascarpone mousse and chocolate pistachio biscotti ($11). And, did you know that Savona has been offering their signature fresh baked Sour Dough Bread for over 20 years?
Perched on a hilltop in the heart of Philadelphia’s “Main Line,” rests Savona. Built in 1765, Savona was once headquarters for Revolutionary War figure, Aaron Burr. The restaurant is now a Northeastern Corridor destination for fine dining and casual sophistication. Consistent, creative, high quality dining & seamlessly orchestrated service has been the hallmark of Savona’s success for over 20 years. Executive Chef, Andrew Masciangelo’s world class cooking is backed by the largest wine cellar in the state of Pennsylvania offering guests over 1,200 selections.