Award winning Danville restaurant, “The Peasant & The Pear,” has been named to the prestigious Michelin Guide for the third consecutive year.
Executive Chef and Co-owner Rodney Worth said, “We’re excited about being ‘Michelin Recommended’ for 2013. It is a great honor for my great kitchen and dining room staffs to reach this milestone for a third straight year.”
The “Michelin Guide” is one of the most widely respected publications in the restaurant industry worldwide. Being recommended by Michelin is based on food quality, service and value. “Our customers helped make this happen,” said Worth. “They always give us positive reviews and make great suggestions for our menu.”
In honor of the 2013 award, “The Peasant & The Pear” is offering the 3-course Michelin Meal for just $33. The meal starts with the “Bishop Ranch Salad”; continues with a main course of “Chicken Madeira” (or “Coq au Vin” in season); and finishes with our signature dessert, “The Pear Tart!” (Photos attached).
Worth also own “The Pear: A Southern Bistro” in downtown Napa; “The Peasant’s Courtyard” in Alamo; and “The Prickly Pear Cantina,” “The Little Pear,” and “Ferrari’s Cucina Italiana,” all in Danville’s Blackhawk Plaza. Last year, Worth was named one of the “Top 50 Chefs” in the Bay Area by www.Chef2Chef.net
To visit The Peasant and the Pear, call (925) 820-6611.