Anyone with a passion for food and who will be heading to Paris this month, take note: The Michelin-starred 114 Faubourg restaurant at Le Bristol Paris blows out the candles on its ninth birthday cake with a special five-course menu that demonstrates masterful seasonal gastronomy inspired by the ripe flavours of late summer and early fall.
Designed by chef Eric Frechon in collaboration with Chef Loic Dantec, guests can choose the anniversary menu, which will be available alongside the a la carte from September 17 to September 21 for lunch and dinner, with a special party celebration on the final evening.
The five courses feature the 114 Faubourg’s favourite dishes and such new creations as King crab eggs, ginger and lemon; smooth artichoke soup and panseared foie gras enhanced with a light black truffle emulsion; the bold marriage of roasted sole in a chicken reduction; grilled duck a la plancha, with porcini mushrooms, roasted figs and black truffle and finally fraisier, a strawberry gateau, with an aromatic gariguette sorbet.
The last night of celebration offers a candlelit dinner with live music followed by dancing and a free draw with prizes for a few lucky gourmands, and a night in one of Le Bristol’s magnificent rooms. The special anniversary menu is priced at 119 euros (Bt4,520).
Find out more at www.LeBristolParis.com.