Get Ready for Your Easter Sunday Brunch at Le Restaurant
Le Vallauris Restaurant in Palm Springs, the winner of the 2012 Diners’ Choice Award, is all set to offer its much awaited Easter Sunday Brunch scheduled March 31st. If you are inand haven’t visited La Vallauris yet, then you’re really missing out something.
La Vallauris restaurant is best known for its delectable and lip smacking Mediterranean, French, and. The most sensitive palette can experience a wide variety of delicacies from these international cuisines in a nostalgic decor with highly customer-oriented service.
Paul Bruggemans established Le Vallauris Restaurant back in 1974, taking great care to maintain the romance of the Robertson house, which was built in 1924 by the son of Palm Springs pioneer Nellie Coffman. At the restaurant, you can enjoy the gracious hospitality, historical décor, and the sophisticated delicacies. Keep in mind that the Easter Sunday Brunch starts on the 31st of March, 2013. The restaurant staff is excited happy to offer this variety of delicacies at a price of $59.00 per person.
To start with, there is a choice of seven appetizers. For a pure foodie, it would be suggested to savor the delicately flavored Roasted Tomato Terrine, Burrata, and Arugula – perfect for this time of the year. You may even like to experience the very French Le Vallauris Caesar Salad with Aged Parmesan.
You can enjoy the main course of the Sunday Brunch at your own leisurely pace with the grilled Scottish salmon seasoned with lemon green pepper, and dressed with honey and Olive Oil. On the other hand, you may try the grilled filet of beef with the herbal touch of balsamic bordelaise and accompanied by onion mashed potato and fresh broccoli.
For a real sophisticated mood, there is the roasted veal filet with very carefully prepared white port reduction spinach raviolis and the very fresh shitake mushrooms. The vegetarian palette can enjoy the lemony quinoa risotto with the oh-so-delicate flavor of asparagus. To top it, there are special options for the poultry-lovers and the marine-food connoisseurs.
After you have been satiated with the main course, you can top the pleasurable meal with your pick from the choicest desserts. You may like to go on in for the all-time favorite Chocolate Volcano with Pistachio Ice Cream or may want to enjoy some homemade sorbets. Surely, you will find the delicate flavor of the fresh bananas and pineapple quite delectable in the Noumea Banana Pineapple Mousse Cake. You can be assured that Tahitian Crème Brulée topped with freshest of the berries brings in the flavor of the season.
To conclude, Le Vallauris assures you of the food being the freshest and of the highest quality. The Easter Sunday Brunch at Le Vallauris is the ideal opportunity to spend some delightful time enjoying our delicate dishes and with sumptuous flavors in an ambience of genial hospitality and nostalgic decor.