NEW “TOUR DE FRANCE” Set menu (available from 23rd of May to 10th of June 2023) !!!
The Region of Centre Loire Valley !
2 Courses…£19.95 – 3 Courses…£24.95
The most significant feature of the region is the Loire Valley which conjures up the images of the famous Châteaux of the Loire created by the kings of France over many centuries and famous to this day for their splendour and beauty. Amongst the most famed are Chenonceau, Chambord, Amboise, Azay-le Rideau, Villandry and Blois. Many famous people are associated with the Val de Loire, amongst them the great French heroine, Jeanne d’Arc and Leonardo da Vinci, who is buried at Amboise.
“Saumur” Galipette: Stuffed Mushroom with Meat, Spinach, Shallots, Garlic, Seeds, and Cheese
Les Galipettes de Saumur farcies a la viande, épinards, échalotes etc…
“Saint-Maure de Touraine” Goat Cheese crispy Parcel
Le Croustillant de Chèvre Saint-Maure de Touraine
For the Main:
Pork Stew cooked in Muscadet White Wine with a Medley of Vegetables and Rice
Sauté de Porc au Muscadet, Jardinière de Légumes et Riz
Pan Fried Trout Fillet with Sancerre “Beurre-Blanc”
Filet de Truite au Beurre Blanc de Sancerre
Apple Tarte Tatin
The tarte Tatin, named after the Tatin sisters who invented it and served it in their hotel as its signature dish, is a pastry in which the fruit is caramelized in butter and sugar before the tart is baked. It originated in France but has spread to other countries over the years.
La Tarte Tatin aux Pommes
Anjou “Crémet” with Red Fruits and Nougatine Powder
A Classic French dessert, famous in Anjou, typically served with seasonal fruit and a fruit purée.
Crémet d’Anjou aux Fruits Rouges et Poudre de Nougatine
The “Tour de France” set menu and French “A la carte” dishes will be available from 11.30pm to 3pm but why not visiting us from 10am to 11.30pm if you fancy a little coffee, a croissant, an omelette et even now, some snacks!
You can also have now the opportunity to take away some of our delicacies…
We look forward to welcome you soon! Book your table now at www.lartisan-restaurant.com
Elisabeth and Yves from L’Artisan French Bistro – Café du Midi
* Review from Jay Rayner, November 2021 about l’Artisan: L’Artisan, Cheltenham: ‘They know what they are doing and they do it extremely well’ – restaurant review | Food | The Guardian
* I am so proud of my husband Yves who has won in March 2023 the award of:
Casual Dining Chef of the Year 2023 at the Gloucestershire Foodie Awards !
(@glosfoodieawards) Yves Ogrodzki – L’Artisan | Photos 2023 Awards (gloucestershirefoodieawards.co.uk)