Frog leggs: 14.00: crispy frog legs, sauce.
Escargots Petit Paris: 14.00 escargots without shell in garlic butter.
Cheese plate : 20.50 assortment of fine cheeses.
Half and Half: 21.50 Pate, cured meat and cheeses.
House salad: 9.00 Mixed green salad, tomatoes, house vinaigrette.
Bistro salad: 14.00 Warm lettuce tossed with Champagne vinegar, shallot, bacon, egg.
Goat cheese salad:14.00 Mixed green dressed with honey lemon vinaigrette, grapes slivers and warm goat cheese.
Corvina sea bass: 33.00 Seared corvina sea bass, butternut squash, roasted tomatoes, carrots, yellow squash, zucchinis, beets.
Artic Char:35.00 Seared Artic Char, lima beans puree and croquettes, roasted tomatoes, balsamic reduction, tzatziki.
Prime Rib on bone: market price with French fries, sauce.
Filet Mignon: 48.00 with French fries, sauce
Chicken: 29.00 Pan seared chicken breast with season vegetable, bacon, potato purée, chicken jus.
Beef Bourguignon: 32.50 Short Ribs in a red wine sauce, potatoes, carrots and onion rings.
Pork chop: 31.50 Pan seared pork chop, spaghetti squash, apple puree, zucchinis, mushroom sauce.
Lamb chop:48.00 grilled Colorado lamb chop, moussaka, tomatoes, yellow squash, zucchinis, lamb jus.
Le Petit Paris Bistrot
161 East Adams Avenue
1/2 a block east of Main Street
Open only for dinner at 5:30 pm
From Our Guests...
We just had dinner at Le Petit Paris and the dining experience was EXCEPTIONAL! Friendly and attentive service was consistent from arrival to departure. The food was magnificent and our hosts provided personal attention. Two of us had the vegetarian dish (off menu) created just for us by Chef Josh Hall and it was amazing! The desserts... just be sure to save room! It was a wonderful "send off" dinner for our trip to Breckenridge.
We were so looking forward to celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary there this weekend and it is going to be closed .... We love this place!!!!
We've had many good meals in Breckenridge, but tonight's meal was the most memorable by far. We were made to feel welcome by Arielle, the owner, who set the tone for the entire dining experience. At Le Petit Paris Bistrot, we were able to take our time and fully enjoy each course of our meal. The onion soup was the best I've ever had. The mussels were delicious as was the bass, which was a special for the evening. The desserts, the fondant au chocolate and gratin de fruit rouge, were memorable. The staff was friendly and excellent. It was truly a wonderful dining experience! Merci beaucoup!