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Manhattan Beach's Doma Kitchen Features 3 Nights of Valentine's Day Specials

Feb 05, 2016 01:58PM ● By Liz Spear

Doma Kitchen's Quail's Nest is an oven-baked quail from Colorado Farm that is stuffed with chicken mousse atop a bed of sauteed spinach in a white wine and mushroom sauce assembled atop a puff pastry.

Doma Kitchen in Manhattan Beach is pulling out all the stops for Valentine's Day, offering a weekend of special decadent dishes Friday through Sunday, Feb. 12-14.

Chef Kristina Miksyte has crafted phenomenal fare just for the occasion: A Shrimp & Citrus Salad with sauteed tiger shrimp, fresh orange and grapefruit slices over an organic spring mix drizzled with fresh herb and citrus dressing; Lamb Chops & Couscous Pearls made with Sonoma Farm-raised grilled lamb chops drizzled with a fresh mint sauce and accompanied by a side of sauteed farmers veggies and pearl couscous, and a lip-smacking Quail's Nest, an oven-baked quail from Colorado Farm stuffed with chicken mousse and nestled on a bed of sauteed spinach in a white wine and mushroom sauce and assembled atop a puff pastry. 

The highly regarded Chef Kristina has also fashioned a sublime Lovers Pastry, two crunchy cookies layered between sweet cheese mousse and red berries, to delight friends and lovers.

Doma Kitchen, which moved from Redondo Beach to Manhattan Beach for larger digs last year, features an international-inspired cuisine with an emphasis on Eastern European and Central Asian techniques. Owners Angie Corrente and Stan Mayzalis have taken inspiration from their world travels to create a menu that reflects the exciting cuisine found in regions around the globe.

Chef Kristina's dishes are prepared from scratch and seasoned to perfection with housemaid spices. Doma Kitchen selections also use quality ingredients, including fresh seasonal produce. 

Doma Kitchen is located in Manhattan Village at 3562 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Manhattan Beach, in a spot previously occupied by Baja Fresh; 310-647-3157. Online reservations can be made here.

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