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The Carlton

500 Grant Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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The Carlton

500 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone 4123914099



Casual Elegant

$30 - $50

Conveniently located in downtown Pittsburgh, within walking distance of the Convention Center & four major downtown hotels.
A Pittsburgh favorite for over 20 years. Recipient of the Wine Spectator of Excellence 1995-2006 and The Dirona Award 2000 - 2006 (Distinguished Restaurants of North American).
The Carlton has a spectacular cuisine, complimented with an extensive wine list served by polished waiters in a beautiful atmosphere. Pittsburghers know the value of the Carlton making it the spot for business meetings to celebrations.

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Sweet and savory never tasted or looked so good

cucinare cucinare (casual diner), 28 Sep 2014, 07:28
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This dish started with its stunning presentation and continued with its list of stellar ingredients of fresh southwest seasoned halibut pan sautéed and severed over honey-nut quinoa with wilted spinach, tropical fruit salsa and chopped scallions.

Executive Chef Simon DeJohn of The Carlton Restaurant has a magnificent way of combining flavors without letting any ingredient overpower the other.
The dish was layered with wilted spinach topped with honey nut quinoa. Quinoa is native to South America. It was once called “the gold of the Incas” because it increases stamina and endurance. The benefits of quinoa are as abundant as its culinary uses. Quinoa is a protein powerhouse. It is a good choice for those with gluten intolerance because it is gluten free and easy to digest. Raw honey has been used as a sweetener for centuries; it is an all-natural sweetener.

On top of the quinoa was the subtle yet flavorful halibut. Halibut are a good source of protein, they are rich in significant amounts of a variety of important nutrients including the minerals selenium, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium; the B vitamins B12, niacin, and B6; and perhaps most important, the beneficial omega-3 essential fatty acids.

Topping off this dish is a papaya mango salsa with a hint of cumin and chili powder. Papaya and mango are sweet and succulent, plus they offer numerous health benefits. They are full of antioxidants and lots of vitamins and minerals.

If there was ever thought that healthy dishes taste bland, this dish will change your mind.

Happy eating,


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