Celebrate Bastille Day at Lavendou July 10-14

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The 228th anniversary of the Bastille storming and launch of the French Revolution will be celebrated with another stellar Fete de la Bastille dinner, served Monday July 10 to Friday, July 14 at one of Dallas’ premier French restaurants, Lavendou.

The Lavendou Fête de la Bastille 2017 menu has fantastic choices among three courses, including:  Salade Frisée au Confit de Canard – curly salad with duck confit; Jarret d’Agneau aux Petits Legumes et Couscous – braised lamb shank with vegetables and couscous.  Dessert selections are Assiette de Fromage – assorted cheese plate; Mousse au Chocolat  chocolate mousse; and Feuillantine des Fruits Rouges  mixed berries in pastry.

The Lavendou Fête de la Bastille 2017 dinner is $46.95 per person for three courses, served from Monday, July 10 to Friday, July 14. 

Jarrett d'Agneau

Feuillantine aux Fruits Rouges

To make plans to dine at Lavendou for Fête de la Bastille 2017, contact Lavendou at 972-248-1911, or e-mail.

Lavendou Bistro Provençal Executive Chef and Owner Pascal Cayet and his culinary team are preparing the following favorite recipes in three courses for the annual Bastille Day celebration:

Complimentary Kir or Ricard  for Apéritif

Entrée

Soupe Froide du Jour  cold soup of the day, or Salade Frisée au Confit de Canard  curly salad with duck confit, or Cassolette d’Escargots au Vin Rouge  snails in red wine and mushroom sauce

Plat Principal

Filet de Sole aux Ecrevisses Sauce Nantua    fillet of sole with crayfish and lobster sauce, or Jarret d’Agneau aux Petits Legumes et Couscous   braised lamb shank with vegetables and couscous, or Côte de Porc Normande   grilled pork chop with apple brandy cream sauce

Dessert

Assiette de Fromage  (assorted cheese plate), or Mousse au Chocolat  (chocolate mousse), or Feuillantine des Fruits Rouges  (mixed berries in pastry).

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