Jennifer Aniston dined in some of the finest Southern Connecticut restaurants last month, enjoying some of their best dishes.
From the ambiance of Italian cuisine to the atmosphere of French dining, the star got a taste of it all while shooting her new movie in the Stamford area, including a meal at eleven14 Kitchen restaurant at J House Greenwich Hotel on Feb. 2, People Magazine reports.
Someone from the restaurant told People that the actress had the organic green salad, which has pumpkin seeds and fennel pollen topped in red wine vinaigrette. Her entrée was grilled Amish chicken, which comes with pearl onions, fingerling potatoes and mushrooms.
For desert, she enjoyed the signature "The Eleven 14," an almond dacquoise and chocolate mousse topped with gold leaf.
On Valentine’s Day, the star’s fiancé, Justin Theroux, got Aniston a tre-colore salad, with baby arugula, radicchio and shaved Parmesan, and Parmesan-crusted filet of sole from one of her favorite local dining spots, Terra Ristorante Italiano in Greenwich, the magazine reports.
“The kitchen was closed, and we made it special for them,” Jean Maxine De Givenchy, the restaurant's assistant manager, told People.
Aniston also indulged in dinner and drinks at L’Escale restaurant, located on the waterfront in Greenwich, according to People.
Filming of her new movie based on the novel, “The Switch” that Leonard Elmore wrote in 1978, continues until March 8.