May 2013 Corner Table Menu

What: Family-style dinner at Cafe Presse
When: Tuesday May 28, 2013 6:30pm
Where: The back room at Cafe Presse

The menu for the March Corner Table is complete!  The next Corner Table dinner at Cafe Presse is scheduled for Tuesday May 28, 2013 at 6:30pm.  Space is limited and by reservation only so call today to save your place.

The Corner Table is a fixed price dinner designed to celebrate the changing season and the conviviality of the table. The meal will include 3 courses from Cafe Presse’s seasonal menu presented in the traditional style that one might be served if invited to the home of a French family. The meal will also include French country wines selected by wine manager Marcel Boulanger. It’s not about connoisseurship or solemn swirling and sniffing. Instead, come celebrate the best that the season has to offer and the simple pleasure of gathering together with good things to eat and drink.  We hope you can join us.

This Month’s Menu

Salade d’asperges aux pignons de pin
“Cold asparagus, goat cheese vinaigrette, scallion, pine nuts”

              Poulet roti et sa salade de couscous au rhubarbe
“Roasted natural half chicken;  cold couscous salad with spring onions, candied rhubarb, orange and mint”

Mousse glacée au citron
“Frozen lemon mousse served with whipped cream, lemon syrup and candied lemon zest”

$25 per person for the menu alone, $40 with wine (price does not include tax or gratuity)

 Dinner begins promptly at 6:30pm.

For further information or reservations please call Café Presse at 206.709.7674.


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2 thoughts on “May 2013 Corner Table Menu”

  1. (feel free to delete once you have corrected it, could not find a way to email you directly)

    Unless the salad is green salad WITH asparagus (then “aux asperges” is correct) if the salad is one of Aspargus (which it seems to be) it’s “Salade d’asperges aux pignons de pain” though I would call it “Salade d’asperges aux fromage de chêvre et pignons de pain”.

    It’s “et sa salade de couscous à la rhubarbe”, although “salad” and “couscous” seems odd.

    Finally: “Mousse glacée au citron”: “glacée” not “glacé”, it’s “une mousse”.

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