When you come to dine at Chateau de Perot, you will be served the special cuisine of the house.
If our friend Casey would have stayed for dinner long enough, she would have been able to taste the delicacy herself. She would have also discovered the source of the mysterious smell that permeated the air two hours prior to our enlightenment.
No, it's not dark chocolate brownies.
Or chocolate cake.
Actually, not chocolate at all.
But rather, it is Blackened Jalapeno Cornbread Briquettes, which give off a lovely eau de charcoal aroma. Guests may use leftovers to balance a wobbly table, as a brillo pad, or if skilled in the art of charcoals, a self-portrait maybe done during the meal.
You may want to place your reservations to Chateau de Perot immediately before word of this culinary coup gets around and we apply for a Groupon. Bribes are accepted. I like chocolate.
We may be able to get you a table in the back around mid-April. But don't get your hopes up.