Special Meals and Deals Offered During Pasadena Restaurant Week Sunday, April 26 to Friday, May 1, 2020

Pasadena’s finest chefs plating specially prepared and priced meals for Pasadena Restaurant Week 2020

For the 10th Pasadena Restaurant Week Pasadena Chamber member restaurants are offering specially prepared meals at fixed prices from Sunday, April 26, 2020, to Friday, may 1, 2020.


Guests are invited to return to an old favorite or try someplace new. Taste the best Pasadena has to offer at unbeatable prices. In recent years, Pasadena Restaurant Week has been a great opportunity to visit Pasadena favorites such as Bistro 45Green Street Restaurant, Sushi Roku, Bone Kettle, White Horse Lounge, Kathleen's, El Cholo, Ruth's Chris Steak House, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar, Celestino Ristorante, Clearman’s Northwoods Inn, True Food Kitchen, Roy’s Hawaiian, Mi Piace, The Terrace at the Langham Huntington Hotel, and many more.


Pricing and full menus will be posted at www.pasadenarestaurantweek.com.


In 2019, Chef Erwin Tjahyadi at Bone Kettle put together a deliciously enticing menu of Indonesian cuisine from a

Bone Kettle happy hour food

Southern California perspective in offering a two-course lunch that can include Spicy Papaya Salad or Chicken Wings, Ginger Seared Chicken or Top Sirloin with Bone Broth or Crispy Tempeh with Vegan Broth and Noodles. Dinner at Bone Kettle is three courses with selections such as Gado Gado (tofu tempeh salad with vegetables, fruit, quail eggs and more) for the first course, Braised Oxtails with Bone Broth and Noodles, Rendang Carbonara (braised short ribs, shallots, scallions cilantro and more), and Crab Nasi Goreng (fried rice, crab, eggs, chicken chicharron gremolata and Nam Pia, with desert of Pandan Crème Brule of Black Sesame Panna Cotta.  


At The Terrace at the Langham Huntington Hotel, diners enjoyed a variety of choices including a three course dinner menu of Sugar Snap Peas and Burrata Cheese, Sea Scallops and a dessert of Chocolate Salted Caramel Mousse Domes served with Espresso Ice Cream


Lunch at Sushi Roku included Short Rib Boa, Spicy Pork belly ‘kakuni’ Fried Rice and a Mini Chocolate Volcano. Dinner could include Oysters to start, with entrees of Sushi or Filet mignon and Sorbet and Fresh Fruit for dessert.


The New School of Cooking included a breakfast menu with choices including Oreo Pancakes, a Veggie Quinoa Omelet and a Chilaquiles Skillet. Lunch is also offered.


Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar offered Chopped Salad, Barbecue Scottish Salmon and Key Lime Pie among their dinner offerings. For lunch at Fleming’s, diners can enjoy Chef’s Seasonal Soup and Porcini-Crusted Filet Mignon with Carrot Cake among the choices.


For lunch at Roy’s Hawaiian, guests could choose among  Tempura-Crusted Ahi Roll or Crispy Chicken Spring Rolls as an appetizer and entrees of Teriyaki Tofu, Karaage Fried Chicken or Teppanyaki Shrimp, among others.


Il Fornaio offered three course dinners that can include Minestrone or Salad, followed by Linguine Mare Charo (pasta with clams, mussels and scallops), Cappellacci di Zucca (butternut squash filled ravioli) or Petto di Pollo al Peperoncino (chicken breast grilled with sage, rosemary, thyme and more) followed by Lady Fingers soaked in espresso and rum with mascarpone and Cannoli Siciliana.


White Horse Lounge, in addition to an excellent cocktail menu, offered Mayer Maque Choux Salad with Bourbon

White Horse Lounge beef dish

Brisket with Bourbon Bacon Marmalade or Fried Chicken with biscuits, Cajun honey and Tajin watermelon followed by Beignets along with other choices for dinner.


For Dinner, Clearman’s Northwoods Inn served their signature Cheese Bread with Soup, ½ Rack of Ribs and BBQ Chicken or a Petit Filet with King Crab entrée and a Chocolate Rum Sunday for dessert, among other menu items.


For Dinner, True Food Kitchen's offerings included a first course of Green Asparagus or Hummus, second course of Cauliflower Polenta of Grilled Salmon dessert of Key Lime Mousse as well as additional choices.


The participating restaurant list and menus are being updated as information is available. Look for updated restaurant listings, menus and more  click on the Restaurants & Menus link at www.pasadenarestaurantweek.com.


Those interested can get all the restaurant, menu, pricing and cuisine information on your iPhone or Android smart phone. Download the Pasadena Restaurant Week mobile application at the App Store or Google Play.


For 2019, we were pleased to have these great restaurants participating:

  • Bistro 45
  • Bone Kettle,
  • Celestino Ristorante,
  • Clearman’s Northwoods Inn,
  • El Cholo,
  • Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar,
  • Foothill
  • Kathleen's
  • La Grande Orange Cafe
  • Leberry Bakery,  
  • Mi Piace,
  • New School of Cooking
  • Roy’s Hawaiian,
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House,
  • SORRISO-Bar Celona,
  • Sushi Roku,
  • The Terrace at the Langham Huntington Hotel
  • True Food Kitchen,
  • White Horse Lounge,
  • And more!

Pasadena Restaurant Week is organized by the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce with our restaurant members.


Gold Sponsor is Wells Fargo. Silver Sponsor is the Pasadena Convention and Visitor Bureau/Pasadena Convention Center.


Media sponsors include the Outfront Media/JCDecaux and Pasadena NOW. Open Table is helping promote and take reservations for Pasadena Restaurant Week, which is also being promoted as part of the LA Times Food Bowl.


Pasadena Restaurant Week is a citywide event featuring the cuisine of many of Pasadena’s top dining establishments. Participating restaurants will offer fixed price dinner and/or lunch menu items for visitors. Dinners will be three-course meals while lunches will consist of two-courses. Depending on the venue and menu offered, meals will be priced at either $30, $40 or $50 for dinner or $20, $25 or $30 for lunch. (Some prices may vary.) Alcoholic beverages, gratuity and tax are not included in the price unless specified by the individual restaurants in advance.


Your restaurant can take part. Download the info here: