A love of the Food & Wine of Alsace France motivated us to take a journey to that magical place. We would love to share a small piece of our experience with you this month as we incorporate Alsatian recipes into our menu; borrowing from their heritage expressed in ours.
tarte flambée ~ traditional crispy flatbread with onions,
house made bacon & fresh farmers’ cheese from shy brothers $12
munster cheese with cumin seed flat bread & celery root salad $10
it is customary to enjoy a slice of munster cheese & cumin seeds with a glass of gewürztraminer… fantastic pairing!
choucroute of kielbasa, frankfurter, pork belly & brined pork neck roast
with boiled potatoes and dijon mustard $28
kugelhopf glacé with raisin & caramel compote $10
pain d’epices ~ alsatian spice cake with quince & angelito mousse $9
Part of the delight of eating in Alsace is appreciating their beautiful wines.
Available by the glass, carafe and bottle in Winestubs (fantastic little places where wine is prevalent) which allows one the opportunity to try different varietals in different quantities with different dishes. Brilliant!
Something we always wanted to try here and with the introduction of the Alsatian dishes this couldn’t be a better time to start.
So do come out and try some new delicious items and have fun with the wines!
Our vision is to carry on the wine carafe program in the future, highlighting other charming wines along the way.
Chez Pascal’s Annual Holiday Craft Show!
Sunday November 30
On this day Chez Pascal is transformed into a strolling shopping market.
Come on by and shop for handmade gifts created by local artists.
Take a chance on a raffle basket filled with wonderful treasures.
Have lunch from the delicious Wurst Kitchen, and to make the shopping
easier… the bar will be open!