Ever wondered what the real French do when they invite friends over for dinner? Come on over to experience a typical French dinner party among friends.
A traditional 'apèritif' or cocktail hour gets us started off. Friends are joyously welcomed with liquors and an assortment of finger foods and nibbles. The colloquially named 'apéro' not only helps to get the conversation flowing but whets your appetite for the hearty meal ahead.
Out comes the 'appareil à raclette' or the raclette grill. Once it's ceremoniously placed on the table, everyone takes their seat and gets in the mood for the fun communal raclette meal. Described by some as being orgasmic, this smorgasbord of melting raclette cheese, steamed new potates and charcuterie is a great way to relax 'autour de la table' and enjoy the best of what France has to offer: food, wine and great company.
$33 per guest
Any day · 7:30pm
Friday: from 7:30pm onwards
Saturday and Sunday: from 12pm to 4pm or from 7:30pm onwards
Please send me a message me if you would like to make a reservation during the week.
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Homemade cocktail or liquor of your choice served with appetizers and light snacks.
The typical raclette meal consists of:
- Platter of raclette cheese from the Savoie region
- Choice charcuterie (variety of cold cuts) of French and Italian origin
- Steamed baby potatoes
- Pickled gherkins, onions and capers
We like to lighten things up with:
- Fresh vegetables to grill à la minute
- Green salad with sauce vinagrette
You can mix and match the cheese, meat and veggies to your taste, pile them on the individual mini pans and pop them under the grill. Once the cheese get nice and bubbly, 'racler' or scrape it over the potatoes and enjoy with the side salad.
Seasonal fresh fruit salad and or Sorbets/Ice-cream
- Liquors of your choice with the apéro
- Red or white wine with raclette