Let me start by telling you that Stonf was the first one of us to stumble upon Biba. After her first visit, she convinced me and Hooch (not that it took much convincing) that we had to try this place out!
Biba is a lovely little restaurant located on the main street of Beaver, PA. With a short list of menu items that changes weekly, the chefs send out plates that are nothing less than perfection. From the atmosphere to the polite wait staff to the amazing food, it made our "Mom's night out" seem like we were whisked away to another side of the world. We would like to take you on our extraordinary food journey we so thoroughly enjoyed!
Our first course was Guac and Chips made with smoked blue cheese and apples. Now, I can't say that I would choose this just by reading it on the menu, but Stonf had been dreaming about it since her first visit, and she promised we would love it, so we tried it! Wow, what a combination of flavors! Delicious!
*As you can see in the right side of the picture, although she is not a huge fan of guac to begin with, Hooch did give it a try! As for us "guac lovers", we were in heaven!
We were then treated to a chef's special, a single Sweet Potato Fritter topped with mascarpone cheese...Oh my, melt in your mouth goodness...the only problem is that we only got one each!
Next came my Skuna Bay BLT Tacos made with salmon, bacon, tomato, greens, and chipotle aioli. These tacos were as amazing as they look. So delicious!
Last, but certainly not least, we had to have dessert. If dessert was on par with the rest of the menu, we knew we couldn't pass it up! Hooch ordered the Vanilla Bread Pudding with peanut butter sauce and chocolate ice cream. Stonf and I shared an order of Churros served with house made chocolate habanero ganache. It was the perfect ending to our meal!
From the outstanding food to elegant atmosphere, we loved every bit of Biba! We highly recommend you give it a try, you won't be disappointed! Just make sure to call for reservations! Maybe we'll see you there sometime!
For more information and menu selections, visit http://www.bibabeaver.com/ or check them out on facebook.