About Juliano’s

Perhaps the best restaurant in Montana, Juliano’s serves excellent, original food in a casually elegant atmosphere. It’s a little hard to categorize the food here. Chef Carl Kurokawa is a native of Hilo, Hawaii, and his menu describes the cuisine as “Fun American with European and Asian influences.” Privately, Kurokawa says to call it “Carl food.” The menu changes monthly, but you can depend on it having the fresh Hawaiian fish that Kurokawa insists on flying in. For dinner you might get locally raised lamb, beef, Rocky Mountain elk, or maybe chicken-fried, almond-crusted calamari. At lunch there are salads — if you’re feeling adventurous, try the crispy chicken and grapefruit salad — plus sandwiches and pasta dishes. The building was originally the stable of the sandstone “castle” next door, built in 1902. A pressed-tin ceiling with Bacchus hoisting a glass covers one of the dining rooms, and there is an outdoor patio for nice days. There is an extensive wine list, and many special events, which we will post (call to reserve your seat 406-248-6400)

Published on March 30, 2010 at 11:03 pm  Leave a Comment  

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