I work in Finance, and my passion for good food has nothing to do with my job.
Since little I adore travelling and eating good things… well now I’m grown up and I still adore travelling and eating good things, though now I can cook them by myself:)
Seb (my husband) adores good wine and both we are keen on chatting and sharing our experiences.
The idea behind is to eat with us the way we eat it, as if you were our friends that come home for a dinner. We want to make out of it an occasion to have some interesting exchanges and why not new friends.
All the products at home are always fresh and mostly organic. All ingredients are from the local market, bakery, butcher's, fishermen's etc or brought back from our different travels.
So basically, this is a French dinner with some fusion from all the countries we have been to. It will include:
- some small appetisers: gougeres with foie gras
- starter: a cold tomato soup with smoked fish
- main: duck breast with seasonal vegetables and forest mushrooms (“magret de canard”)
- a selection of French cheeses
- dessert: cheese cake with rhubarb topping
- natural French wine to accompany it the dinner (white and red)
We live on the Cité Island, one street away from Notre Dame cathedral in a typical Parisian size and style apartment (we share it with our small doggy). It turns out to be a very central location for those visiting Paris. Lots of thigs that you can see around before coming to dine at our place…
The dinner will take place in our living room, with an open kitchen so you will be able to see me cooking.
BTW: you have many metro lines (1, 4, 7, 10, 11), RER (B and C) and different buses.
$35 per guest
February 18, 2020 · 8:30 pm on weekdays and 8pm on the week end / 20h30 en semaine et 20h le week-end
1/ some small appetisers: gougeres with foie gras
3/ boeuf bourguignon
5/ dessert: cheese cake with rhubarb topping