The Parisian Macao’s signature French bistro Brasserie will present a special five-course dinner menu from November 1 to December 15, 2021, as part of the French Beef Festival taking place in Macau and Hong Kong. Dedicated to showcasing delicious and timeless French cuisine, Brasserie has earned a reputation for the most authentic culinary experiences. Daniel Brolese, Brasserie’s Executive French Chef, has crafted a menu featuring top-quality tender and flavorful Charolais beef. This renowned breed is native to the Charolais area surrounding Charolles in Saône-et-Loire, eastern France. Celebrating secondary beef cuts such as oxtail and cheek, dishes yield sublime flavor and mouthfeel.
Diners can enjoy an amuse bouche of Marennes oysters with a beef essence jelly, and an appetizer of crispy oxtail and boudin noir sausage on cauliflower couscous. A delicate beef consommé flavored with Madeira wine incorporates exquisite duck foie gras flan with poached morel mushrooms, while the main course of the beef cheek is slow-cooked and served in puff pastry with sautéed wild mushrooms. Dining is elegantly rounded off with hazelnut praline mousse or selected cheeses.
This year’s French Beef Festival, entitled “French Beef: A Taste of Terroirs in Hong Kong & Macau”, is the fourth edition of the popular event. It aims to promote the distinctive flavor and quality of French beef to consumers in Macau and Hong Kong through a dedicated marketing campaign with participating restaurants and shops. Sourcing top-quality French ingredients, prepared with distinctive verve and know-how, Brasserie’s French Beef Festival menu offers an unmissable dining experience.
When: November 1–December 15, 2021
Where: Brasserie, Level 3, The Parisian Macao, Estrada do Istmo, Cotai
How much: MOP $548 per person. Wine pairing starting at MOP $188
For more information and bookings, call +853 8118 8822, send an email to [email protected], or check the event’s official page