Here’s a twist on traditional escargot from the romantic Fig Tree. Chef Byron Bergeron sauteés garlic in butter and then de-glazes the pan with Rosè, which gives this rich dish a delicious Mediterranean aspect. Cream and ground Chorizo round out the incredible flavors.
This is so easy to make! What a dish from Chef Byron Bergeron of the Fig Tree. The best part is that you can buy a pre-made Crème Brulee from H-E-B or Central Market, and then dress it up with these caramelized bananas.
Set your love life on fire at the Fig Tree. This charming, romantic restaurant sits on the banks of the winding San Antonio River Walk. Inside the historic La Villita building, you’ll love the cozy table nooks and the old world style service. Outside, the terraced patio offers incredible views of the River Walk and privacy when required.
The Fig Tree is such a romantic restaurant whether you sit on the beautiful tree-shaded River Walk patio or inside the century old, beautifully decorated dining room. But that’s not all inspires passion at the Fig Tree – the creative French cuisine – as the French would say c’est si bon!