Another great wine dinner at Le Café de Paris in Boise. It’s been a while since we have been to one of their dinners. This was really good. The wines were overall an exceptional choise for paring with the dinner. And the dinner, ala carte, was super. What we liked was the wider range of selections from the special menu. 4 appetizers to choose from, 3 salads, 3 soups and 8 entrees. The 8 entrees included a special for the night of Rack of Lamb. Yum! Enjoy these photos of the evening and enjoy our selections. Cheers! Don’t forget to go full screen with these photos to get the “full effect”.

Le Café de Paris is known for their bakery, Gaston’s Bakery. Yummy breads and other treats.

Here are some of the wines we had. Great with the Lamb and the Chicken entrees. Some volitility noticed and green olive in the 2006. Surprisingly, the asparagus went very well with the 2006.

Good with the oysters and the soup. The soup brings out the herbalness of the wine.

Washington oysters on the half shell served with coctail sauce and mignonette

Salade de Bettraves et moisette
Butter lettuce topped with gold and red beets and toasted hazelnut served with a mustard vinaigrette

Potage paysan
creamy potato, onion and gruyere soup

Soupe a l’onion
traditional French onion soup

Poulet Fermier Sauce a la moutarde
roasted free range chicken served with a mustard cream sauce over egg pasta and braised vegetables

Rack of Lamb
potato cake and braised asparagus