Nostalgia at 1911 Brasserie, a proud purveyor of classic western cuisine in the Capital since 2011, celebrates the fourth annual edition of the great global event, "Goût de France/Good France" On Wednesday, March 21 and is chosen for the largest dinner in the world featuring 3000 restaurants across 5 continents.
Known for its old-world dining experience, Nostalgia is all set to bring in a superlative French menu featuring authentic recipes across aperitif and canapés, entrée, main course and dessert with French wines and champagnes on offer, making it an affair to remember. More than 70 restaurants have been selected across India by the committee of international chefs headed by Chef Alain Ducasse, placing India among the top participating countries. Nostalgia at 1911 Brasserie is one of the chosen ones to promote this glorious French dinner.
This extraordinary evening at The Imperial on March 21 will have delectable and signature French dishes, in the backdrop of a venue that takes you back in time and helps you romance your food like no other. The menu includes Bar du Chili, crabe au babeurre, calmar inka pâtes à l'échalote et au gingembre Beurre blanc-Chilean sea bass, buttermilk crab, squid inka pasta with shallot and ginger Beurre blanc; Côtelettes d'agneau braisées, céleri-rave et purée de pois verts et croustillant au parmesan- braised lamb chops, celeriac and green pea puree and parmesan crisp and more to devour.
Chef Prem K Pogakula, Executive Chef, The Imperial said, "French food is based on local sourcing of very simple ingredients paired with good-old wine and hand-picked variety of cheese. The cuisine has already been influenced in terms of standardizing menus and presentation so the day is not far when Indians will be more familiar with French specialities and classic ingredients. The French culinary events like Good France is a great initiative to promote French gastronomy in India and it's an honour for The Imperial to be part of an international gourmet at a global level. We, at Nostalgia, use exclusive French cheese, cream, butter, seafood and meats to keep the local flavours intact and these local ingredients only help in achieving a perfect dish which the French guests relish."