Tour de France Set Menu

Tour de France Set Menu

New “Tour de France” set menu which start on Tuesday the 13th of September….

“Tour de France” Set Menu
from the 13th of SEPTEMBER to the 1ST of OCTOBER…

Summer feeling is still in the air ! For that, our new “Tour de France” set menu will take you for the next 3 weeks to our fabulous overseas Regions: Guadeloupe, Martinique, Réunion Island etc…
The reputation of French gastronomy is not limited to France’s continental cuisine! Sweet, savoury, colourful and spicy… Overseas French cuisine is a veritable blend of cultures and an exotic culinary adventure.

2 Courses… £16.95
3 Courses… £20.95

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!

Enjoy ….
For starters:
Exotic Vegetable Accras (Fritter), “Chien” Sauce (Sauce Chien is a bright, sour, spicy, garlicky salsa that originated in the West Indies…)
Les Accras de Légumes, Sauce Chien

or
Marinated Fish Salad “A l’Antillaise”
La Salade de Poisson Mariné à L’Antillaise

For the Main:
Colombo Pork Stew “Martiniquaise” (The national dish of Guadeloupe is Porc Colombo, which is pork seasoned with herbs and spices such as cinnamon, thyme, and curry powder)
Le Porc Colombo à la Martiniquaise
or
Pan-fried Red Mullet, “Rougaille” Sauce (Onion, Garlic, Ginger, Tomato)
Les Filets de Rouget, Sauce Rougaille

For desserts:
Coconut Sponge Cake, Rum-Raisins Custard
La Génoise à la Noix de Coco, Crème Rhum-Raisins
or
Pineapple Carpaccio and Mango Mousse
Le Carpaccio d’ananas et Mousse Mango

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

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