Christmas Lunch in Traditional Parisian Brasserie

Dine Inside an Impressionist Painting

Le Moulin de la Galette, Montmartre, 83 rue Lepic, 75018 Paris
Phone: +33 (0)1 46 06 84 77 – Website: http://www.lemoulindelagalette.fr/

christmas at a traditional paris brasserieLe Moulin de La Galette is a windmill near the top of the Montmartre hill that has been classified as a national monument since 1939.

Previously, Moulin de la Galette was a famous guinguette, a drinking and dancing venue, and has been depicted in many  paintings by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (Bal du Moulin de la Galette), Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Henri de Toulose-Lautrec, etc etc.

Turned into a traditional French restaurant, Le Moulin de la Galette was awarded 2nd best restaurant, brasserie in Paris, by the Tourist Board Paris Ile-de-France.

Christmas Menu: 59 € / person (except Drink)
(Menu and Service Included)

Friday 24th December 2010 at Diner (Animations: Barrel organ and Magician)Saturday 25th December 2010 at lunch
Saturday 25th December 2010 at Diner

The 2 Starters

  • Sea bar and scallops with combava oil and botargo
  • Pressed duck « foie gras » with pears, quince chutney and brioche toast

Main Course

  • Filet of John Dory with champagne butter, chanterelle mushrooms risotto
  • Braised capon and yellow wine, winter vegetables with chestnut

The Special Desserts

  • Christmas small log cake with Amarena Cherries and chocolate

View the special New Year’s Eve menu here: http://www.lemoulindelagalette.fr/

Images and information courtesy of Le Moulin de la Galette
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