NYE at Bistro Moulin

Bistro Moulin_HeaderBistro Moulin is ready to welcome 2013 with a feast of fine French food. This annual fete is hotly anticipated by local foodies when chef Didier Dutertre pulls out all the stops on a four-course dinner. This year’s menu boasts truffle gnocchi and lobster bisque or filet mignon and roasted pheasant. Dinner is available for $70 per person. Reservations are sure to be a hot ticket, so call the bistro now to snag a table. 831-333-1200.

Take a peek at the full menu below the fold.

Bistro Moulin New Year’s Eve Dinner 2012

Four-Course Prix Fixe Menu
$70 dollars per person (plus tax & gratuity)

First Course

Les Gougères au Conté

Second Course, choice of:

Poisson Cru a l’huile de Vanilla et Mangue épicée

New Zealand sea bass tartare & spiced mango, Courtin Tahitian vanilla oil, and micro greens

Salade de Mache au Serrano

Mache salad with Serrano ham, Marcona almonds and beets

Third Course, choice of:

Moules Florentines au Gratin

Penn Cove mussels with wilted spinach leaves, Mornay cheese sauce “au gratin”

Bisque de Homard

Lobster bisque with chive crème fraiche

Gnocchi a la Truffe et aux Champignons des Bois

Truffle gnocchi with forest mushrooms, sage butter

Main Course, choice of:

Filet au Poivre

Filet mignon flamed with Cognac, peppercorn demi glace, whipped Yukon Gold potatoes

Noix de Saint-Jacques

Seared Diver’s sea scallops, cauliflower mousseline, Poutargue sauce & Parmesan tuille

Faisan à la Bohème

Roasted pheasant breast, caramelized Belgian Endive, winter vegetables embeurré, tarragon-mustard sauce

~desserts available~

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