Seasonal Parisian Dinner in Picturesque Montmartre Dinner

Seasonal Parisian Dinner in Picturesque Montmartre This French dinner is an ode to the seasons: everything is market-fresh, perfectly ripe and served in beautiful china tableware. The ultimate seasonal dinner in an elegant Montmartre home. • 4-course dinner featuring classic French dishes, cheeses and desserts • Wine and sparkling wine is included • Communal dining for 2 to 6 people About your host, Claudine: "I've been living in Montmartre for 40 years and I'm in love with this part of Paris. I love entertaining, cooking, and offering my guests seasonal dishes. I never cook tomatoes in winter or strawberry tart at any other time than late spring when they're ripe, juicy and fragrant." A true Parisian dinner... Starting with apéritif, sparkling wine and appetizers... cheese puffs and taramasolata verrines... Potimarron velouté or Winter salad of seasonal vegetables and smoked duck breasts Oven baked cod fillets topped with Roellinger's cumbavas oil along with céleri root puree and braised chicory Cheese... Comté, Roquefort, Camembert or Valençay goat cheese My "decadent" chocolate fondant along with tangerine salad seasoned with Roellinger's "poudre défendue"... JUST AN EXAMPLE OF MY WINTER 4 COURSE MENU it may change according to what I find on the market stalls and your potential food restrictions or dislikes


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  • Seasonal Parisian Dinner in Picturesque Montmartre


Opiniones (2)

  • Pauline2019-07-23
    Our dinner with Claudine was absolutely superb! Our daughter doesn't eat meat and Claudine planned a lovely vegetarian meal. Claudine is a gracious hostess and I hope to book with her again. 5
  • Nathan2019-07-18
    Dinner at Claudine’s was wonderful. What a nice way to spend an evening in Paris. I really enjoyed the food, conversation and company. Thank you, Claudine! 5

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  • De 20:00 a 23:00

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Evento de Claudine

I have been living in Paris since I was a teenager and have lived in Montmartre for 40 years now. I'm truly in love with this district of Paris. I also love entertaining people and having my friends or my family around for dinner or simply a glass of wine or champagne with a few things to nibble at. I love cooking of course and offering my guests dishes that meet the seasons. I will never cook fresh tomatoes in winter or fix a strawberry tart at any other time than late spring when they are ripe, juicy and fragrant. I've always been keen decorating my table, according to the seasons and the dishes that I have prepared, and naturally my table is always candle lit. I think that wine is to be served in proper glasses, and why not use silverware along with Limoges china when you are hosting friends ? But I can also use fancy plates or glasses that I bought at flea markets or antique stores. I would like my future hosts to discover what being entertained as true Parisians looks like. I would also love to help them discover my secret Montmartre. That's why sometimes I won t mind taking my guests for an after dinner walk around Montmartre off the beaten tracks.... I have traveled quite a lot around the world: Europe of course, Italy - Venice is one of my favorites- along with Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia where I found my taste for spices, the French Carabbeans, China, Vietnam, Israel and the US which I still visit regularly. I think that having people around and entertaining them at my home will be exactly what I have always tried to find when being abroad: feeling home in a foreign country and discovering what people 's life is really like. *If you do not see an event on a date that works for you, feel free to click on the calendar icon on any menu and request another date.

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