In early September, Chef Yingcong He of Bamboo, one of three Asian restaurants at Pechanga, made sweeping changes to the already popular restaurant’s menu. He drastically increased the n umber of Vietnamese pho dishes, added seven traditional Chinese entrée options, several Filipino favorites and improved the seafood offerings to include a variety of preparation styles.
A traditional comfort food of China, Chef He concentrated efforts to also bring dim sum to lunch service at Bamboo. Seven dim sum specialties are available for lunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
Journey’s End, the picturesque restaurant at Pechanga’s golf course clubhouse, serves up a Sunday brunch buffet each week beginning Sunday, September 30. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m, guests can dish themselves their favorite breakfast and brunch dishes while they take in the view of the South Temecula hills and the Journey at Pechanga golf course.
The new brunch offering features fresh seafood, freshly baked pastries, hand-carved fruit, made-to-order omelet station, prime rib and turkey carving station, hearty pastas, pan-seared salmon, herb-roasted chicken, and of course, a veritable buffet of only desserts such as cakes, tortes, cookies and much more.
Adults are $34.99 and children ages three to 11 are $16.99. After the brunch starting at 3 pm you can enjoy the Sunset Menu available till 6 pm which is filled with an array of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and burgers.
Seeking out fine-dining Italian food at Pechanga on Mondays and Tuesdays used to prove difficult. Not anymore thanks to Paisano’s move to serve dinner seven nights a week starting Wednesday, Sept. 26.
The popular restaurant headed by Chef Jordan Garcia offers approachable, flavorful Italian fare such as minestrone soup and caprese salad.
Guests often rave about the thin-crust pizza, and diners are bound to find their pasta or parmigiana dish preference on the menu inspired by old world recipes of Rome, Naples, Florence, Sicily, and Milan.
Press Release Provided By the Pechanga Resort & Casino