Menu

Our menus follow closely in the French tradition with an emphasis on local,
seasonal ingredients whenever possible. They do change often, so please call us at
401-421-4422 to learn of any changes that may not be reflected here.

Please note that outside food (including cakes) and beverages(including wine)
are not permitted to be served in the restaurant.

Monday nights are BURGER night at Chez Pascal!
Our delicious Burgers will be available in addition
to our regular seasonal Chez Pascal Menu.
Only on Mondays!

PLEASE NOTE:
WE ARE UNDER RENOVATION  BUT WE ARE STILL HERE & OPEN!
PLEASE READ ABOUT OUR PROJECT ON THE EVENTS PAGE AS SOME
THINGS HAVE CHANGED WITH THE WURST KITCHEN.
Good News… Due to our new project The Chez Pascal Menu & The Wurst Kitchen menu are BOTH available to everyone in the Chez Pascal Dining room at dinner time!

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The Chez Pascal Menu
Please note that some items may change

appetizers

selection of cheeses with tasty cheese accompaniments

  • choice of three cheeses    16
  • five cheeses    21

additional basket of bread & crackers $1.50

selection of house made pâtés & charcuterie* 19
some items on this plate are not fully cooked *
additional basket of our house made bread & crackers $1.50

roasted littleneck clams with a saffron-fennel potato broth, paprika migas & rouille …..14

warm salad of red cabbage with apples, spinach,
walnuts & a savory blue cheese flan …14

chez cobb ~ hard boiled eggs, bacon, aged cheddar,
winter greens, beets & ranch dressing …14

local lamb meatball pot pie with onions, golden raisin
& pickled mustard seeds…13.5

escargots a la bourguignonne with warm garlic & parsley scented brioche…..13
~traditional escargot baked with garlic, parsley and pernod butter~

entrees

the leaves are gone… cassoulet of pork, lamb sausage,
flageolet beans and herb bread crumbs…..31

grilled bavette steak with turnips, carrots, potato gratin
& horseradish crème fraîche …28

roasted duck breast with grilled duck & armagnac sausage, winter squash purée,
braised red cabbage & candied quince….29

roasted half chicken with vermont polenta, bacon braised napa cabbage
& a white wine grainy mustard sauce …27.50

seared sea scallops with pancetta and mussel broth, daikon radish
& goat’s milk feta …28

sautéed halibut with brussels sprouts, rutabaga, yellow flesh potatoes
& sunchoke purée ..28

savory potato crêpe with a stew of green cabbage, sherry & cream….22

dessert

a tasting of three french custards    11

  • butterscotch pudding/li>
  • lavender crème brulée
  • cinnamon crème caramel

house made vermouth $11gls ~ delicately sweet + not too bitter, just the ticket

pear upside down cake with crumbled blue cheese, walnuts,
caramel sauce & crème fraiche …..11
lustau, don nuño, dry oloroso, sherry, spain, $11gls ~ rich, dry with a hint of sweetness, nutty

chocolate mousse terrine with pistachio cake, kumquat compote,
almond brittle & whipped cream ….13
king’s county chocolate whiskey, new york $10gls ~ warming, chocolate, deliciously dry

warm caramel crêpe with quince, apple compote, toasted oats & maple ice cream ….11
fenouillet, muscat de beaumes de venise, france $11gls ~ honey, peach, juicy apricot, harmonious acidity

chez pascal’s seasonal sorbets ….9.75
glass of sparkling wine, $11gls

wurst chocolate chip cookie à la mode ….7
when available

a selection of cheeses with tasty cheese accompaniments*

  • choice of three cheeses    15
  • five cheeses    20

additional basket of bread & crackers are $1.50
mjödhamnen, höst i vänge, mead, sweden $11gls ~ glorious sweet fall honey wine
bodegas osborne, pedro ximénez 1827 sherry, spain, $10gls ~ rich with sweet raisin notes
the pairings can be many, port, cider orange wine and any of the above. let your palate decide.

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Every Season in New England brings with it a new perspective. Our mindset changes, our clothes change, light changes and our food inevitably follows suit.
Winter has come to settle in for a while. Not the go-to favorite season of most, but there is something almost evolutionary that happens during winter; nature’s way of signaling us to hunker down, take it slow and find warmth in your surroundings. The cool, crisp, clean air of the season beckons for warm, hearty soups and that quintessential food group we know as comfort food.
Go outside, take in that fantastic winter air, appreciate the change in seasons, and then come on by and contemplate it all over our onion soup, duck confit and more.
Always evolving as local produce becomes available, our Winter menu awaits your arrival.

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