Warm Up This Winter with Carmine’s Creole Act II’s New Chef’s Tasting

Take a page from the latest season of Top Chef and hit Carmine’s Creole Act II for the area’s best representation of Louisiana cuisine.

Warm your wintertime soul by taking your taste buds on a New Orleans joyride courtesy of chef John Mims. This week, the Narberth-stationed chef has launched a brand-new tasting menu at his Cajun-forward depot, Carmine’s Creole Act II, one that boasts a killer deal of three-courses for just $27.

Photo of Interior of Carmine's Creole Act II by Dallyn Pavey. Photo of scallops by Jared Castaldi. Photo of Chef John Mims by Dallyn Pavey.


Dive into the newest menu additions by spooning into piping hot bowls of roasted root veggie bisque accented with essence of truffle. Weave your way to course two, where Mims offers you a choice of two compositions, both bold bayou panache—flatiron steak with wild mushroom bordelaise and crispy fried catfish towering with crabmeat remoulade, crowned with seafood-speckled dirty rice.

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Dessert is never to be overlooked at Carmine’s either and for the latest chef’s tasting, a Creole-influenced banana cream pie will seal the deal on this seasonal dinner.

The winter chef’s tasting is available Sunday, and Tuesday through Thursday. A full a la carte dinner menu is also available.

Devour our latest review of John Mims’ culinary homecoming at Carmine’s Creole Act II here. For more information, visit carminesacttwo.com.

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