Date of Visit: July 15, 2011
The second time we ate in Triton's was the Taste of Alaska theme night, which has the same menu served in all dining rotation restaurants. To start the dinner Mik enjoyed the special non-alcoholic cocktail called Lemonaska. He slurped it down quite fast, but he let me have one sip. It was extremely good. It is basically lemonade and vanilla ice cream. Not free like soda with dinner, but a worthwhile treat for one night.
For the appetizer Mik enjoyed the Alaskan King Crab Legs, although they were hard for him to crack and get the meat out of. I enjoyed the cheese and carrot souffle.
For dinner Mik had the pork tenderloins. I thought I would end up having salmon on the Alaska them night, but I could not pass up the Tofu Pot Pie because I have always been wanting a vegetarian pot pie without having to make it myself. It was rather small, but great tasting.
For the dessert we shared the Taste of Alaska Sweet Temptations with a Chocolate Truffle Torte, Poached Pear Hazelnut Cake, and Vanilla Panna Cotta.
Also, that night Mom got a special birthday treat brought out. Her birthday was the night before, but she didn't want to tell them and have them bring it out. She let it slip it had been her birthday and one of our table mates let the server know. It is such a cool little chocolate mousse dessert with Mickey sprinkles and a chocolate piece with Happy Birthday printed on it.