Easter Sunday Specials will be featured at Le Colonial

Easter Sunday Specials will be featured at Le Colonial

Le Colonial, the acclaimed French-Vietnamese restaurant located at 601 East Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach, will feature several specials on Easter Sunday, March 31, for both lunch and dinner.

The Easter specials include Goi Nham (crab avocado salad) with jumbo lump crab, Asian pear, avocado endive, chives and a spicy sesame yuzu dressing ($26); Heo Quay (roast pork belly) with heritage duroc pork, fine rice noodles, five spice and a chili lime dipping sauce ($24); Canh Chua Tom (black tiger shrimp in a tamarind broth with okra, tomato, celery, pineapple and ngo om ($42); Ca Kho Tieu (braised sable fish) with Alaska wild caught sablefish, caramelized fish and pickled vegetables ($40); and for dessert , Lychee and Honey Mousse with raspberry Thai basil chutney in an Easter egg nest ($15).

To further add to the ambiance reminiscent of the Jazz Era, the Lounge now features a jazz pianist Sunday through Wednesday from 5:30 -8:30 p.m.

Le Colonial’s hotly anticipated arrival in Delray Beach was its 5th U.S. outpost when the perennially popular restaurant debuted last year, coinciding with the 30th anniversary milestone of the beloved brand by famed restaurateurs Rick Wahlstedt and Joe King, who have introduced countless celebrities, American critics and tastemakers to the elegant and romantic spirit of Vietnam.

Dinner in the main dining room is available Sunday through Wednesday from 4 to 10 p.m., Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 4 to 11 p.m. Lunch is served each day from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.   The Lounge, which is walk-in only, offers a special lounge menu and is open each night one hour later than the dining room, with that final hour for drinks only.


About Le Colonial 

Le Colonial is a celebration of the seductive spirit and vivid flavors reminiscent of Saigon in the
1920s. With locations in Chicago, Houston, Atlanta, Delray Beach and Lake Forest, IL, the famed
Vietnamese restaurant launched over three decades ago by celebrated restaurateurs Rick
Wahlstedt and Joe King and has been raved about by countless American critics, celebrities, and
tastemakers in New York. Under the direction of acclaimed Vietnamese chef and cookbook
author, Nicole Routhier, along with culinary director Hassan Obaye, the culinary team balances
classic Vietnamese recipes and today’s health-conscious preferences, bringing the freshest,
locally sourced vegetables and premium seafood and meats to life through an artful use of
herbs and spices.

For more information, visit www.lecolonial.com or call 561-566-1800