Indulge in Le French Gour-May Champagne-Paired Menu at The Parisian Macao Brasserie restaurant

Le French GourMay, the festival of French culinary and wine culture returns to Hong Kong and Macao throughout May. To mark the event, The Parisian Macao’s classic French Brasserie restaurant is offering a specially created, champagne paired four-course Le French Gour-May menu for just MOP 388* from May 1 – 31, 2017.

This year’s event pays homage to the most famed wine region of all – Champagne – and the Brasserie restaurant  has paired its special Le French GourMay menu with a hand-picked range of Champagnes from some of France’s smaller growers, all of which are available both by the bottle and glass throughout the promotion.

The Champagne menu options include baked scallops with an onion compote and crayfish sauce, foie gras and rabbit terrine en croûte, asparagus veloute with poached egg, French poultry breast in morel sauce on cabbage compote, sea bass quenelle and Boston lobster in Champagne sauce, with cheese platter and strawberry romanoff for dessert. Accompanying these exquisite selections are delicious and distinctive wines from Bouchard Roses de Jeanne, Cote de Val-Vilaine 2014, Royer Blanc de Blancs Cuvee des Chevaliers, Grand Cru NV, Bedel Francoise, Dis, Vin Secret 2006 and Taillet Rose 2012.

Designed to increase visibility and awareness of  French cuisine and wines, the 9th edition of Le French GourMay has the support of over 120 restaurants, 93 shops and 56 importers for this year’s event. In addition 12 workshops focusing on Champagne will also be part of the festival and hosted by organisations including Alliance Francaise de Macao, Hong Kong Sommelier Bartender Training College and Hong Kong Wine Academy.

Located at Level 3 of The Parisian Macao, Brasserie features some of France’s most popular and authentic dishes. Diners can experience French classics including coq au vin, beef bourguignon, moules à la crème, steak au poivre and more, alongside an impressive wine selection, in an ambience of true joie de vivre.

 

 

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The Parisian Macao, please visit http://www.ParisianMacao.com.

 

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