Premiere Classe Saint Etienne Nord - Villars
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... potato for main and tiramisu for dessert. We were going to have snails but nobody else at the table was interested and they only came on a plate of 20 and I doubt we were going to eat a whole plate. Jordan had a goats cheese salad that he was not too fond of so switched with a guy who got the chicken gizzard salad and he loved it. He then had a chicken with a very nice cheesy sauce and then crime caramel for dessert. It was all stunning and delicious food. ...
... the ages.The current building is from the 1800s and its quite cold inside.After mass I found a little market nearby and relaxed for the rest of the day
Nicole and I went shopping for food/new shoes for her. While we were there I found these really cute shoes and if they happen to be there when I walk by again, I'll probably end up buying them :P
Today we had to get enrolled in the university and ...
We arrived by train, checked into the Le Cep Hotel. Quite lovely! See room pics. The damp rainy weather continues, but what can you do. Beaune is known as the wine capital of the Burgundy region and rightly so! We didn't plan for closures of shops and restaurants on Sunday and Monday, so we got ...
... off in our finest clothes to Paul Bacouse, the Grand Dad of traditional French Cuisine and Michelin 3 star supremo. On arrival at the famous Auberge restaurant we were introduced to the man himself and had our photo taken at the entrance.
First impressions were like an assault on the cognitive process. The restaurant was traditional, immaculate and refreshingly well illuminated, even my aging ...
... our desserts - a chocolate fondue cake for Mat and Peach Melba with vanilla bean ice cream for me. It seems in Lyon that three meals per day is optional, but three desserts per day is standard. Viennoiserie for breakfast (apricot and custard Danishes with flaky, crisp pastry has become our favourite), patisserie at lunch (tarte au framboise - raspberry tart - is my preference) and then a little treat to round off the evening meal (tonight we have tarte ...