France

February, 2020

The culinary team at Michael’s On East is challenged to create new dishes inspired by the world’s most exotic destinations each month. Join us to experience ever-changing, palate-pleasing global cuisine with Michael's Epicurean Adventures. 

A two-course power lunch offering features a choice of entrée and dessert for $19.95 per person and is available Monday through Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The three-course dinner menu is available Monday through Saturday evenings for $38.95 per person. 

We invite you to enjoy special wine pairings for $8 per glass or $15 for the pairing. Available during Lunch and Dinner.

Epicurean Lunch
Fennel-Scented Scottish Salmon

Tomato & Onion Fondue, Roasted Creamer Potatoes, Crispy Parsnips & Chive-Citrus Beurre Blanc 

Grilled Truffle-Crusted Skirt Steak

Flageolets in Thyme Jus, Roasted Pearl Onions, Cherry Tomatoes, Butternut Squash & Rainbow Swiss-Chard

Epicurean Dinner
Starters
Crawfish Beignets

Provençal Remoulade, Sweet Red Onion and Roasted Pepper Relish

White Onion Bisque à la Marseille

Crispy Onion Straws & White Truffle Oil

Dinner Entrees
Pan-Roasted Swordfish

Roasted Red Pepper Beurre Monté, Chive & Parmesan Gnocchi, Petits Pois, Thyme-Scented Roasted Grape Tomatoes & Crispy Leeks

Maple Leaf Farm Duck Leg Confit

Lentil Ragout, Port-Braised Figs & Roasted Shallots

Roasted Kurobuta Pork Tenderloin

Turmeric-Butternut Soufflé, Buttered Salsify Root, Red Beets, Roasted Parsnips & Red Peppercorn Demi-Glace

Desserts
Pots de Crème au Chocolate

Velvety Chocolate Custard with a splash of Grand Marnier, Whipped Cream and Almond Macaron

Profiteroles à Saint-Germaine

Mini Cream Puffs with Housemade Ice Cream, Raspberry Sauce & Caramel

Wine
Picpoul de Pinet, Moulin de Gassac, FR, 2017
Intriguing, briny mineral notes in both the nose and mouth provide the perfect backdrop for fish and shellfish. Some melon and citrus flavors keep you coming back for more and the crisp acidity assures that your palate does not tire from this zesty wine.
Château de la Négly “Les Fleurines”, Languedoc-Roussillon, FR 2017
A wine of purity, precision, and elegance, the 2017 Les Fleurines opens with a bouquet of heirloom roses, blue fruit, and a hint of pomegranate. On the palate, flavors of blueberry, crème de cassis, and blackberries, seasoned by a hint of Provençal herbs, flow seamlessly to a silky finish of light tannins. Brilliantly made by winemaker Claude Gros, it is a terrific bargain.