Chef Mamie Suzanne Quaglia

Chef Mamie Suzanne Quaglia

On Thursday March 21, 2019, we’ll be participating in Gout de France for the second time. Goût de France is France’s largest food festival, and has now spread across five continents. We’ve participated in Goût de France since the first year it was in Vancouver, and this year we’re pleased to participate again with a 3 course menu for $62 per person including an aperitif, and an optional French wine pairing featuring rosé wines for $28/person.

Chef Jean-Francis Quaglia

Chef Jean-Francis Quaglia

Chef Jean-Francis has created a menu featuring some of his favourite dishes inspired by his home land in the south of France. We’ll start you off with La Mauresque, a very popular aperitif, that the chef recently introduced to the menu at Provence. Made with Pastis, an anise flavoured spirit from France, with orgeat and water. It’s a simple recipe, but by no means a simple cocktail – If you like licorice, you’ll love this. Pair that with our house made black olive tapenade, and you couldn’t  get much more Mediterranean if you tried.

After a little time to sip your aperitif, the kitchen will send you some steamed mussels (Moules Vapeur for those of you who speak French.) in a white wine cream sauce with a focaccia crouton. Match that with the suggested wine pairing of L’Esprit de Provence, and you’ll feel like your sitting in a bistro on the water Marseille rather than here at Provence Marinaside in Yaletown. (Yaletown in March is great, but who among us isn’t dreaming of a beachside table in the south of France with an ice cold bottle of rosé?

Not feeling French enough yet? Choose between our always popular Bouillabaisse or a Duo of Duck for your entrée, it’s like you’ve been transported across time and space to Mamie Suzanne’s famed Le Patalain. Both dishes are inspired by recipes from Chef Jean-Francis’ mother Suzanne Quaglia who first introduced JF to the world of food and flavour that we have the privilege of experiencing today.

For dessert, we look again to Chef Jean-Francis’ time with his mother and the famed Tarte au Citron with hazelnut brittle which he first made at the tender age of eight (no doubt with some supervision from Mamie Suzanne) and which is now a staple on our menu to this day.

This menu will be available for one night only on March 21, 2019, so book your seats now to experience the south of France without the jetlag.

MAKE A RESERVATION

Powered By: