Category Archives: French Cuisine
A great Swiss and French tradition that uses a communal pot to dip and share, meat, cheese, bread and fruit is better known as Fondue. Fondue, pronounced [fahn-DOO] is derived from the French word “fondre” which means “melt”.
Enjoy the Flavors of Bordeaux Restaurant Week from Nov. 7 – 21. Celebrate with 25 of New York City’s top restaurants while they savor the great flavor and versatility of Bordeaux wines. Make a reservation at a participating restaurant and enjoy a $30 pre fixe lunch or $40 pre fixe dinner, each including a complimentary glass of Bordeaux wine.
Anthony Bourdain is one of New York City’s celebrity chef’s , author and world traveler who shares his vast knowledge of culinary experience with us on his food show Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations.
Brasserie Les Halles is Bourdain’s restaurant in NYC.