Posted by: Kelsey Avers | May 9, 2010

Culinary students heat things up at SFSU

The Vista Room at San Francisco State University is an on-campus restaurant that provides student-made, full course meals to students, professors and faculty on campus.
Behind the scenes, the restaurant doubles as a hands-on lab for students majoring, or just simply interested in, hospitality management and dietetics. Meals are prepared, produced and served by students enrolled in food service management classes.

With a simple phone call, anyone on campus can call The Vista Room to make a reservation for a fine dining experience that provides California cuisine and includes vegetarian dishes.

Watch the video below to see what students are learning and what restaurant managers are teaching at this facility.

The menu that was provided during services that are featured in this video was delicious! I thank the staff and students at The Vista Room for their interviews and participation in my final project for this class.

FEATURED MENU

Appetizer
Cauliflower Soup
(with bay shrimp and lobster meat)
or
Baby Spinach Salad with Grapefruit, Orange Segments and Avocado
(served with citrus walnut vinaigrette dressing)

Entrée
Roasted Shoulder Lamb with Herb Stuffing
(Merlot rosemary garlic sauce, Boulangere potatoes, French green beans and shallot)

or
Cornmeal Crusted Mississippi Catfish

(with creole remoulade sauce, crushed sweet potatoes with honey cinnamon and creamed collard greens)

or

Vegetable Lasagna with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

Dessert
Baileys and Banana Bread Pudding
(served with maple walnut ice cream)
or
Selected Fresh Fruit

Location: Burk Hall, 4th Floor, Room 401

Service: Monday through Friday, 11:45 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Seating is between 11:45 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Meal service is until 1:30 p.m.

Tickets
Individual tickets are $15.00.
Contact the following departments to purchase:
Consumer Family Studies/Dietetics Department, Burk Hall 329, phone: (415) 405-3530
Hospitality and Tourism Management Department

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