Alpine Week at the Café de Paris: a menu inspired by the mountains

Featuring a classic Mont d’Or and tartiflette as well as a decadent dish involving röstis with truffle, the Café de Paris has unveiled an authentic mountainside menu for its new Alpine Week event that will be taking place next week. 

From Monday 5th to Sunday 11th February, Chef Victor Marion and his team at the Café de Paris will be serving up a range of hearty mountain dishes that wouldn’t look out of place on the menu of a restaurant in Courchevel or Gstaad. 

Starters include a tarte montagnarde with endive and herbs for €19, a selection of charcuterie for €39 and an appetising juniper-smoked trout tartare for €26.  

The mains are equally tempting, from a Beaufort-enriched gratin de crozet at €32 to a traditional tartiflette for €35 and Swiss style Diot sausages cooked in white wine and served with truffled röstis for €39. That’s not forgetting the Savoyarde fondue and baked Vacherin Mont d’Or, which both cost €35 per person for a minimum of two diners.  

The Café de Paris’ pastry chefs have joined in with the theme too and there will be three Alpine-inspired desserts on offer on the special menu: a brioche aux pralines roses for €14, a Génépi-soaked baba for €15 and a delicious blueberry tartlet for €14.  

Guests can also expect a handpicked list of suitable wines and cocktails to accompany the Alpine Week suggestions.  

Click here for more information and to reserve a table at the brasserie.  

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