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Published on : Saturday, May 23, 2015
Boston is the hub for higher education and to celebrate the upcoming graduation season and the class of 2015, Bar Boulud has created a selection of shared dining experiences, perfect for the entire family.
The Rustic Family Feast
This graduation season, Chef de Cuisine, Aaron Chambers has created a shared three-course Rustic Family Feast. The experience begins with an assortment of shared appetizers: East Coast Oysters du Jour served with a red wine mignonette and cocktail sauce; Salade Provençale baby Gem Lettuce served with shaved parmesan, sourdough croutons and an herb anchovy vinaigrette and Dégustation de Charcuterie chef’s selection of pâtés & terrines, followed by the Cochon de Lait Farci a whole-roasted stuffed suckling pig served with wild mushrooms, asparagus, ramps and a selection of sides, finishing with Baked Alaska strawberry sorbet, vanilla ice cream and flamed meringue and an assortment of freshly baked Madeleines.
The Rustic Family Feast is available for USD 70 per person; a minimum of seven guests is required. For an additional USD 150, a sommelier selected magnum bottle of red wine can be added to this family feasting experience.
Gather in front of the glass enclosed wine cellar with up to fifteen family members and friends to celebrate with a shared High Table dining experience. Start with the Dégustation de Charcuterie chef’s selection of pâtés & terrines, followed by a Chef’s Platter of Chilled Seasonal Seafood oysters, clams, crab, shrimp, crudo and finishing with a shared selection of main courses including: Salade Francine Boston Bibb lettuce served with avocado, Easter radishes and an herb buttermilk dressing; Shrimp Ajillo sautéed ruby red shrimp served with wild garlic and polenta; Boudin Blanc white pork sausage served with a wild garlic potato purée and The Departed Burger a beef patty served with Irish bacon, cheddar cheese and Guinness braised onions.
The High Table menu is available for USD 150 per person with a minimum of eight guests.
The Burgundy Region is undeniably the greatest of all wine regions in France and Route Nationale 74 can be found winding its way through this region from Côte d’Or to Beaujolais.
Join Bar Boulud’s Sommelier, Joe Camper, for a personalized journey and educational experience through this world-renowned region and its grapes: chardonnay, pinot noir and gamay. The Sommelier Series includes a selection of charcuterie and fromage with sommelier selected wine pairings for six to ten guests for USD 45 per person.
Source:- Mandarin Oriental