The Pub at Chino Hills - New Gastropub Menu

There's nothing better than starting the weekend
with cocktails and a gastropub menu, right?

Thanks to Tanaya's Table for the invitation 
to sample the new gastropub menu

After ordering my Firestone 805 (blonde ale),
the first course arrived at the table.

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Cauliflower Ceviche, Laotian Style Beef Jerky, 
and Fried Pork Belly Bites.

The Cauliflower Ceviche served with
tortilla chips and diced tomatoes, serrano peppers,
garlic, onions, and cilantro,
marined in lime juice.

This was a nice alternative to fish
and something I would have again.

The Laotian Style Beef Jerky goes
great with a beer (or two).

Fried Pork Belly Bites
fried and served with herbed creme fraiche.

Not your typical bar food and
a nice way to start the evening...

 A variety of sandwiches
put together by the kitchen
for us to try.

One stood out was the Pub Melt (center)
with ground beef, onions, two types of cheese,
and bone marrow butter on toasted rye.

From what we sampled, there really
weren't any misses on this plate.

 If you're not a meat eater,
there's the Soyrizo Burger.

A house made patty with black beans, farrow,
soy, Portobello mushrooms, and roasted peppers.
Served with arugula and Portobello mushrooms.

 White Lasagna
with layers of fresh pasta sheets, wild mushrooms,
duck confit, herbed mascarpone cheese, and parmesan
béchamel sauce.  Topped with truffle oil.

I love duck confit, I enjoyed this dish.

 Chicken Pappardelle
Tossed with mushrooms and spinach in
a spicy cream sauce and 
topped with fried prosciutto.

It wasn't really super spicy, but had a spicy finish.

Thyme Pork Tenderloin
A thyme basted pork tenderloin served with 
roasted carrot puree, wild mushrooms, mustard
greens, and candied walnuts.

I loved the mushrooms with this dish.

Salted Caramel Cheesecake, Flourless Chocolate Cake,
and a Chocolate Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich
to end the tasting. 

5771 Pine Avenue
Chino Hills, CA 91709
(909) 597-2224

The Pub at Chino Hills has just taken it up
a notch with their new gastropub menu.  
While we were there on a Saturday night,
they had live music to a almost full bar area.
There are tables in the back and TVs to
watch the game. 

Thank You!

NOTE:  I was a guest of The Pub at Chino Hills.
I thank them for their invitation and hospitality.
All comments and opinions are strictly my own.

Photos by Jay Terauchi
Jay Eats Worldwide
©Jay Terauchi


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