Sofitel’s Liberté Takes on Healthy Living With Menu Additions (Food Paparazzi)
Beginning Monday, February 21, through Saturday, April 30, cocktail lounge and restaurant Liberté (120 South 17th Street, 215-569-8300) at the Sofitel Philadelphia will partner with Rescue Rittenhouse Spa for a Spa Day promotion, featuring: a 333 calorie or less, three-course lunch or dinner ($48) from Liberté’s new, healthful spa menu; a 60-minute Swedish Massage and Salt Scrub at Rescue ($120); and complimentary Valet Parking at the Sofitel.“Whether our guests have managed to stick to their New Year’s resolutions to take better care of themselves or need a little boost to get back on track, our healthful spa menu and exciting partnership with Rescue make it easy for them to care for their minds and bodies,” says General Manager Vincent Vienne (on right). “And complimentary valet parking makes it a truly stress-free way to indulge.” Above Right to Left – Chef Kevin Levett, SOFITEL DIETETIQUE, the famous chef, Patrick Jarno, Chef Stephane Le Norcy, Cecile Clavel and Vincent Vienne GM Sofitel
Zucchini cream with artichoke, lobster and chives; Lobster Ravioli (92 calories) which was to DIE FOR!! OMG; Fishes Rillettes, Salsamic Vinaigrette. They told me these were just the tasting sizes, but it’s hard to believe that a serving larger than these could only be 80 calories. The trick they said about the delicious taste was replacing the butter and cream with yogurt and spices.
Thom Cardwell and Bev
Juliette Peron, Patricia McDonald, and Anthony Geistwite
Desserts: Mango Fondant with coconut sorbet (88 calories); Vanilla Panna Cotta with raspberry coulis (88 calories); or Sweet Potato and Chocolate Sponge (100 calories). Liberté’s new spa menu is inspired by European wellness brand Thalassa Sea & Spa which is owned by Sofitel’s parent company. (BTW check out the Rescue Rittenhouse Spa’s website, but don’t do it while you’re eating. Yikes on that threading picture !!)