GOODS: “Bistro Pastis” Hosting Special Supper With Osoyoos Larose On Nov. 29th
The GOODS from Bistro Pastis
Vancouver, BC | The Okanagan Valley has gained an international reputation for the quality of its wines. The wines of the South Okanagan are considered in a class by themselves with their unique terroir, hot summers and general drier climate than the North Valley. Join us on November 29th for a very special dinner with Pascal Madevon, wine maker for Osoyoos Larose, one of the region’s premier wineries. Bistro Pastis’ Executive Chef Tobias Grignon has designed an elegant menu to showcase these exceptional wines and he will be demonstrating some of his techniques in making the dishes. The price for the evening is only $110 per person and includes: five-course dinner, full wine pairing, taxes, gratuities along with presentations by Chef Tobias and Mr. Madevon. Details and menu after the jump…
Book quickly at this event is sure to sell out 604-731-5020.
Thursday November 29th 6.30pm
Seared Diver Scallops, Crispy Lentils, Green AppleShellfish Butter Sauce
Jackson Triggs White Meritage
Six hour Braised Smoked Veal Cheek, Sunchoke, Savoy Cabbage , Raisin jus
Pétales d’ Osoyoos Larose 2009
Roasted Duck Breast, Buckwheat and Prune Financier, Brussels Sprout Leaves, Duck Jus
Osoyoos Larose, Le Grand Vin 2008
Slow Cooked Beef Rib Eye Roast, Wild Mushroom Croquette, Carrots,
Smoked Bone Marrow
Do it Yourself Blend
Honey Poached Asian Pear, Cardamom Crust, Lapsang Suchong Tea Ice Cream
Jackson Triggs Riesling Ice Wine
$110/ pp including tax and gratuity
About Bistro Pastis
Bistro Pastis is as close as you can get to Paris without a plane ticket. The menu features classic bistro fare (Coq au Vin, Bouillabaisse or Steak Frites for instance) served with a contemporary touch along with one of the finest by-the-glass wine lists in Vancouver. Add streams of natural light through the café windows to the warmth of a crackling fireplace in an intimate room presided over by a genuine French Maitre d’ and you have all the ingredients for a memorable meal. If you’re in a hurry or just meeting a friend for a drink, Bistro Pastis also offers prime people-watching seats along its traditional front-room bar.
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