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Seasonal Menu

                             Appetizers

onion soup:  cup: 15.50  bowl: 18.50

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. 

Charcuterie Plate: 21.50 Various patés, dry sausage, serrano ham with cornichons, mustard. 

Half and Half: 25.50  Pate, cured meat and cheeses. 

House salad: 9.50 Mixed green salad, tomatoes, house vinaigrette.      

Goat cheese salad:14.00  Mixed green dressed with honey lemon vinaigrette, grapes slivers and warm goat cheese.

Fresh Pan seared Foie Gras: 17.00on a toast, red currant reduction, bordeaux cherry. 

                             Main Courses

Halibut: 37.00 seared, baby spinach, carrots, sunchock, beurre blanc.

Filet Mignon: 48.00 with French fries, sauce.

Chicken: 29.00 Pan seared chicken breast with season vegetable, 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, green beans, mushroom sauce.

Lamb chop: 48.00 grilled Colorado lamb chop, moussaka, tomatoes, yellow squash, zucchinis, lamb jus.

Veal chop: 55.00 zucchinis, yellow squash, sage mustard cream sauce 

Duck: 40.00 duck breast stuffed with wild mushrooms and bacon served with asparagus, sunchoke, orange glaze.   

                             Desserts

Profiteroles: 14.80 Cream Puff , Vanilla Ice cream & Hot Belgium dark chocolate 
Molten chocolate Cake: 15.00  (made with Belgium dark chocolate and no sugar added), Madagascar vanilla bean crème anglaise
Berries gratin: 13.80 Fresh berries with a champagne sabayon gratine. 
Chocolate sundae: 10.50 chocolate ice cream, chocolate sauce and whipped cream 
Ice cream: 4.50 1 scoop, berries.
Crème brulee: 10.50
 
 
Vegetarian dishes are possible if you let us know when you call for reservations.

Le Petit Paris Bistrot

161 East Adams Avenue

1/2 a block east of Main Street

 

970-547-5335

 

Open only for dinner at 5:30 pm

 

Reservations for the holidays are being accepted.
Don't delay in making your dinner reservations.

From Our Guests...

  • Wow! Ces't magnifique. Warm hospitality. Like you are being welcomed into their home. Mussels are fantastic and ask for extra bread to soak up the fabulous sause. Not a bad meal the three times we've been. Coming back in the beginnning of March. Great place.
    – Heather Rosenker
    Peak 514 at Placer Ridge
  • 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!
    – Taro and Karine
  • I've been meaning to review this place from when I had a romantic dinner last...June? It was wonderful. The service reminded me of France, very attentive/intimate. It's a cozy and warm place, not at all modern or stuffy like many high-end restaurants.

    This may have been an off-shoot because my fiancé didn't care much for his entree (he ordered stew, so that's on him), but my lamb was fantastic. In fact, it was the best meal I've ever had. I look back at it fondly.
    – Sara B.
    Redwood City, CA

 

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