One More Special Bastille Day Menu

So far, we’ve shared special Bastille Day menus from Cafe Claude ($50, four courses and a palate cleanser) and Cote Sud ($40, four courses), as well as a handful of restaurants that will surely be celebrating the big French day.

Other options shared in prior posts include Chez Maman, Zazie, Clementine, Tartine Bakery, A Bon Port, Rue Saint Jacques and for an African twist, Little Baobab.

The Chronicle has a handy little summary of its own, including some non-San Francisco destinations. In the city, they suggest Cafe de la Presse, ChouChou, Garcon, Grand Cafe and La Folie, among others.

Finally, much to the delight of francophiles everywhere, Plouf has decided to share its special menu with the public. It’s $60 for four, fish-centric courses. The menu in full, coming up.


English Pea Soup with Poached Lobster and Lemon Oil

Sonoma Foie Gras Mousse with Bing Cherry Glaze and Toasted Brioche
Seared Day boat Scallops with Baby Fennel, Tomato Confit and Basil Jus
Coconut Broth Mussels with Lime Juice, Garlic Cilantro, Chili and Coconut
Mariniere Mussels with Garlic, White Wine and Parsley

Herb-Crusted Filet Mignon with Potato Puree, Braised Spinach and Sauce Perigord
Grilled Loch Duart Salmon with Fava Beans, Baby Carrots, Salt Roasted Tomato, and Black Pepper-Rhubarb Sauce
Bouillabaisse with Fish of the Day, Scallops, Prawns, Clams, Mussels and Rouille Toasts

Dark Chocolate Lava Cake with Brandi Mocha Sauce
Fraisier with Vanilla Bean Creme Anglaise
Lemon Panne with a Tangerine Sorbet

Plouf [MenuPages]
Plouf [Official Site]
Holiday Dining: Busting out for Bastille Day [SFGate]
Earlier: More Bastille Day Fun [MenuBlog]
Earlier: Bastille Day 2007 Is Coming [MenuBlog]

One More Special Bastille Day Menu