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Gout de France

"Talking about cuisine, French cuisine, is also talking about joie de vivre, delicacy, optimism, and pleasure, ideas that are all crucial to the image of France.”
—Alain Ducasse, French chef

Brochette de Poulet au Curry
Salade Landaise; confit Gésier, lardon, Smoked Magret, Baynuls vinaigrette, foie gras, frisée.
Fish Entrées
Sea bream with fennel, wild rice, shrimp sauce
Meat Entrées
Grass fed rack of lamb, truffle sauce, spinach, olive oil crushed potato
Selection of Cheese
Rhubarb tart with Vanilla Ice cream

Prix Fixe $115
A suggesting pairing of French Wines will be proposed to get the full experience of this amazing dinner.

L’Olivier Restaurant has been selected for the third year in a row as one of only 2000 restaurants worldwide, and the only restaurant in New Mexico, to participate in the first annual “Gout de France/Good France” an event sponsored by the French government.
The Goût de France/Good France project is being organized on the initiative of world-famous chef Alain Ducasse and the France’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development.
On Tuesday, March 21, 2017 in 150 countries around the world, 2000 restaurants and embassies will celebrate France’s gastronomy by inviting the public to share a “French dinner.” In each participating restaurant, the event showcases a vibrant, innovative cuisine, while remaining true to French cuisine’s values of sharing, enjoyment, and respect for good food and local sourcing.

Each chef will offer a six-course French-style menu (outlined by the event’s directors), French wines suggestion, while remaining free to highlight their own culinary traditions and cultures.

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