French Festive Feast at La Petite Maison

French Festive Feast at La Petite Maison

French Festive Feast at La Petite Maison

petit maison festiveTraditional Réveillon meal offers signature dishes such as truffles, whole roast chicken, oysters, and foie gras to make this season memorable.

Celebrate the festive season with an unforgettable French feast with your friends and family at La Petite Maison in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

This holiday season, La Petite Maison invites you to tuck into a comforting meal that celebrates the fine traditions of French cuisine. Guests are invited to experience the festivity with dishes inspired by the “Réveillon, a traditional feast marked with indulging in foods with loved ones.

Guests can savour festive dishes freshly cooked “á la minute”, such as truffles, foie gras, oysters, caviar, and whole black leg chicken. Guests can also unwind by taking a seat at the pewter-edged, lava top bar with a wide range trendy and classic cocktails.

Diners can enjoy dishes that marry French and European heirloom recipes, with Mediterranean freshness and quality, served up as sharing plates for friends and family.

Choose from these festive favourites at La Petite Maison for the perfect French feast:

 

Hors d’oeuvres

There are a stunning 27 starters – including foie gras, oysters, caviar, and seafood.

Caviar

To get the party started, you’ll want to line your stomach with some caviar.  Kaviari Caviar with condiments will be served.

Oysters

What better way to celebrate the festive season than with some oysters and a glass of your favourite bubbly! Seafood at Christmas might seem strange to outsiders, but the French love it! One of the things you see most of at this time of the year are the oysters. The French eat oysters all-year-round, but in December they go oyster-crazy.

La Petite Maison will be serving European rock oysters with shallot vinegar.

Terrine of Foie gras

Foie gras is an absolute must for most Réveillon meals, and as a special snack throughout the holiday season. Probably the number one ingredient for a French festive meal. Most of half of foie gras is sold in the last four weeks of December in France, about 10,000 tonnes.

Try La Petite Maison’s French beans with foie gras

Truffles

One of the most decadent foods in the world and one of the rarest. To consume truffles it is the utmost luxury treat, even more than caviar. Our truffles are sourced from the Italian truffle capital of Piedmont.

Special truffle dishes are created for this occasion; black truffle omelette with chips, whole roasted guinea fowl with mushroom and truffle, pumpkin and white truffle salad and morbier with chestnut and truffles.

Escargots

Escargots de Bourgogne or snails with garlic butter is one of the most popular dishes at La Petite Maison.

Salade

The French are mad about salad! La Petite Maison offers a selection of salad dishes that includes pumpkin and white truffle.

Les Plats Principaux

For main course try the signature dish, whole black leg chicken with foie gras from extensive menu of 25 delicious dishes.

Desserts

Once you’ve emptied the skies, lands, and seas of all their fleshy resources, your sweet tooth will be in need of attention. In Provence, they take this extremely seriously and serve up no less than 13 desserts at the end of the Réveillon. 

La Petite Maison will be baking a holiday treat, Bûche de Noël – is a traditional French festive cake shaped and decorated to look like a tree log.  The sweet log-shaped sweet would make a pretty impressive addition to La Petite Maison’s roster of delicious desserts.

Cheese

We must not forget the cheese. No proper dinner is complete without cheese. In France cheese is not considered to be a version of or an alternative to dessert. It is something you eat after the main course and before the dessert.

There is one cheese that is particularly popular, the Mont d’Or and La Petite Maison will be serving this seasonal premium cheese with black truffle.

“The message behind our food at La Petite Maison is simple; it is food meant for sharing, to be enjoyed between friends and family. Our dishes are simple but delicious, reminiscent of family recipes, particularly our whole black leg of chicken, smoked with herbs and spices. Our menu is perfect for people looking for that festive flavour in elegant and welcoming surroundings” said Rory Duncan, La Petite Maison Head Chef.

La Petite Maison will be open throughout the festive season offering the signature dishes alongside mouth-watering seasonal options and a wide selection of beverages.

Bon appétit!

Location:             Gate Village 08 DIFC

Telephone No.:   +971 4439 0505

Email:                 info@lpmdubai.ae

Opening Hours:  Lunch:   Everyday 12:00 – 3:30pm

Dinner:  Everyday    7:00 – 11:30pm

Bar:        Everyday    1:00 – 1:00am

 

Published on December 3, 2017

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