The Maps of the World

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Les menus
Pour le déjeuner
“Le menu du marché” *est élaboré chaque semaine selon les produits de saison. Entrée, plat, dessert Entrée et plat ou plat et dessert *Les boissons ne sont pas comprises.

35 ¤ 29 ¤

Pour le dîner
Le “menu découverte” et le “menu signature” sont élaborés à partir de produits sélectionnés chez les meilleurs producteurs et selon la saison afin de vous proposer une cuisine authentique, raffinée et créative. “Menu Découverte”*, en 4 services “Menu Signature”*, en 6 services *Les boissons ne sont pas comprises.

45 ¤ 60 ¤

Prix nets - service compris

A la carte
Les Entrées
Œuf BIO vapeur aux épinards frais
Crème de Normandie, comté, pousses d’épinards, pain grillé.

16 ¤ 18 ¤ 20 ¤ entrée plat

Carpaccio de Saint Jacques
Pomme fruit, champignons de Paris, huile de cacahuète grillée de chez Leblanc.

Ravioles de champignons et copeaux de foie gras
Consommé de canard, poivre du Sichuan, zeste de citron.

Salade Caesar de homard bleu
Feuilles croquantes, crème d’ail d’Arleux, poulet de Licques rôti.

20 ¤ 26 ¤

Prix nets - service compris

Les Plats
Noix de Saint Jacques boulonnaises grillées
Butternut, thym citron, fumet de barbe.

28 ¤ 30 ¤

Langoustines Pad thaï
Spaghettis de courges, cacahuètes, pamplemousse, coriandre.

Le poisson de Christophe
En direct des criées de Boulogne et Dunkerque, prix selon cours.

Risotto roquette et ricotta
Œuf bio, parmesan, Saporosso.

24 ¤ 26 ¤ 28 ¤ 28 ¤ 40 ¤

Blanquette de veau français
Jardinière de légumes croquants.

Pigeonneau de Steenvoorde
Filet grillé, cuisse fondante et épicée, wok végétal.

Filet de marcassin rôti
*Pièce de bœuf choisie par Joachim Ménart
Pommes dauphine, cœur de laitue, béarnaise.
* Race Française ou Irlandaise

Embeurrée de choux vert, lard de Colonatta, jus caramélisé à la baie de genièvre.

Prix nets - service compris…...

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