French Tasting Menu at Annie’s Gastropub

Having spent much time in France and being in Paris most recently in June, at this point you may realise I love French food (and fashion and style and architecture). So, it comes as no surprise that I was drooling a little to hear about Annie’s Gastropub is having a French tasting menu dinner. Oh yes, they’re bringing France to Cork on August 29th starting at 7pm for €45 per person.

A taste of the menu, you ask? Oh, alright…

Charcueterie, saussicon, Toulouse sausage, house-made terrine, duck rillette.

Saumur Champigny Tuffe 2010, Chateau du Hureau (Loire Valley)

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Steamed shellfish broth, mussels, clams, fennel & chevril

Le Sirocco Chardonnay 2012, Domaine Sainte Rose (Languedoc)

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Lapin, Rbbit Ballotine, Smoked Bacon & Chicken Mousse, Mustard, Confit potato, Apricots

Cotes du Rhome Reserve des Armoires 2012

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Poached Hake Fillet, Buerre Blanc, Braised Fennel, Capers

Sancerre Domaine André Dezat 2012 (Loire Valley)

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Valrhona Chocolate & Cognac Mousse, Armagnac & Prune Ice Cream or French Cheeseboard

Symphonie de Novembre 2010, Domaine Cauhapé (Jurançon)

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This is all just what is in mind for the night, some items may change before then or be unavailable. Always the challenge with fresh ingredients and speciality items.

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Goodness, this is so short it probably sounds very commercial, but heck I just wanted company with my drool fest over here.

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