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Located in downtown Williamsburg, A Chef's Kitchen is the perfect place to go to learn how to cook a multi-course meal. While you learn to cook, you'll be served the meal you're learning how to make, both as guidance and to keep the hunger pangs at bay. Learn how to make perfect cornbread, or find out the perfect amount of grilling time a scallop needs - A Chef's Kitchen expands on whatever cooking skills you have and sets you up with the tools to impress at your next dinner party.
The original King's Arms Tavern was constructed in 1772 under the direction of Jane Vobe and immediately became the tavern of choice for the upper echelons of Colonial Williamsburg's society. Today, the tavern has been reconstructed so that visitors can enjoy a delicious meal in a fashionable colonial setting. Little details like the period piece descriptions on the menu and the colonial offerings, will make patrons feel like they've stepped back in time. At dinner, the restaurant is lit entirely by candlelight, and musicians dressed in colonial garb serenade patrons.
Established in 1980, Le Yaca French Restaurant is devoted to giving their patrons the taste of authentic French cuisine. Founded by renowned French restaurateurs, this eatery serves their dishes adorned with the finest garnishes and sauces. Put yourself into the hands of the chef and try the prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus or select a la carte. Escargots, Sautéed Calf’s Liver, Thinly Sliced Raw Salmon are just some of the exotic delicacies you can dig into. You can also opt for special wine dinners. Be sure to finish your meal off with one of the best desserts in town. Trio de Sorbets, Le Fondant au Chocolat and La Tarte Fine aux Pommesare just some of the favorites on the menu. If you are looking for a hearty French meal, then Le Yaca French Restaurant is your best bet.