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With a dramatic menu change, Le Bistro du Parc is now back in action. We started our meal with the 'Pan Fried Calamari' with the 'Red Pepper Coulis' – the coulis really brought out the flavors of the dish. Next, we tried the 'Seared Tuna' and the 'Nicoise Salad', both of which were spot on with bold flavours. We loved the 'Mediterranean Ratatouille with Buckwheat Crepes' while the 'Corn Fed Farm Chicken' was a bit of a let down because it was so bland. However, the 'Lamb Confit with Red Onion Jam' needs to be made permanent on the menu, because it is really that good. For dessert, the 'Crème Brulee' is incredible as is the 'Valrohna Dark Chocolate Fondant'.
There is no shortage of cozy beautiful bistros and eateries in a city like Delhi. You may chance upon some undiscovered culinary paradise ensconced in middle of a noisy neighborhood, tucked into an unexpected green pocket like an enchanting surprise. Amongst the foodies these places are like a well-kept secret yet everyone knows about them. One perfect example of Delhi’s superb gastronomy is a charming little bistro called ‘Le Bistro Du Parc’, owned by a half-French owner. As the owner is half-French, their food is authentic. Click lots of selfies when you are there, this place has several lovely corners. Every other night the bistro organizes live music to get your foot tapping. Find this bistro nestled in the bustling Moolchand Market, Near Defence Colony in New Delhi. A truly gorgeous place for that lazy Sunday!
Give your palate a sophisticated boost of flavours with Le Bistro Du Parc’s wonderful French menu. Their menu is packed with delicious French delicacies, including some Italian dishes as well. The bistro is ideal for brunch and is their busiest times. To enjoy your French food, you need to know your wines. At Le Bistro Du Parc, you are treated to an amazing selection of wines from all over the world. Not much of a wine drinker? There is beers, tequila, rum, vodka as well. Some awesome cocktails will work nicely too. Start your meal with, garlic crusted shrimps, steak tartare, summer melon & prosciutto salad, rabbit terrine and walnut crusted three cheese soufflé. A substantial follow-up calls for, croque monsieur, coq-au-vin, lemon thyme chicken, penne tomato basil, classic boeuf steak burger, spinach & ricotta cheese ravioli and lamb confit with red onion jam.
Le Bistro Du Parc deserves your equal attention for its final sweet course. An array of delectable desserts tempts your palate. Indulge in, Valhrona dark chocolate fondant, Madagascar vanilla & lemon grass panacotta, chocolate dulche-de-leche tart, cheese cake du jour, pear & almond tart, crème brulee and Valhrona chocolat terrain. The eye-catching Mediterranean blue façade of the bistro instantly hooks you, forcing you to pause and take in the flower-bursting balcony above. As you step inside, you come into a sun-lit airy room dotted with sturdy tables sans tablecloths. Décor is unassuming and yet good-looking. There is something effortless about the place, which is half their charm. The rest lies in their food. Don’t be fooled by their subtleness, the bistro is pricey.