Rocky Mountain Flatbread’s chefs have created a delicious three course menu priced at $30 for Valentine’s Day that offers over 75 combinations to choose from – with a twist! Every course begins with a raw handmade chocolate from Koko Monk’s Chocolates.
Begin your dance with romance with the Diablo Del Amar – Mango raw chocolate with Chili – followed by a Fig & Goat Cheese Salad option or soup du jour if your heart so desires.
When you add the taste of Bacchanalia – Balsalmic vinegar, Caramel & Sea Salt raw chocolate – to one of our hand crafted Traditional Flatbread pizzas or pasta dishes you know you’ve got something to thrill the palate.
And once in a Blue Moon – a Blue Moon Blue Cheese raw chocolate that is – you deserve that dessert option of baked cheesecake with toasted coconut base.
Maybe there is something to say about how we only use all natural ingredients with no preservatives and so does Koko Monk?
Make a reservation for the whole family at Rocky Mountain Flatbread on Valentine’s Day!
Did you know?
Raw chocolate is a superfood made out of unprocessed, unroasted, untreated cacao beans. The health benefits are significant and include reducing inflammation in the body, acting as a natural anti-depressant, improving the cardiovascular system, assisting with weight loss, slowing the aging process of cells, improving digestion and many more.
About Rocky Mountain Flatbread
Rocky Mountain Flatbread takes pride in providing sustainably produced, local food that connects the farm, family and community. Visit our two Rocky Mountain Flatbread restaurant locations in Vancouver (Main Street & Kitsilano) or the original restaurant that started it all in Canmore, Alberta. Food court locations include Rocky Mountain Flatbread Express in Banff and Rocky Mountain Flatbread Food Court in West Vancouver. For more information, visit rockymountainflatbread.ca.
About Koko Monk
Koko Monk is known for its one of a kind, complex and sophisticated flavor fusions using raw chocolate. The company uses organic and health based ingredients without damaging and reducing their essence as one of the most important signifiers of their identity. Visit the Vancouver store in Kitsilano. For more information, visit www.kokomonk.com.