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French Bistro Dinner Menu

French Bistro Dinner Menu


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What better way to warm up on a cool evening than with a dinner party with a French theme?

This menu will transport you to a street-side table at one of Paris' finest bistros.

Cocktails and Nibbles:

From Your Homebased Mom

A savory twist on the sweet puff pastry favorite.

From Gonna Want Seconds

At Union Square Cafe, in New York City, these are served warm at the bar. Perfect to serve with an aperitif.

From Married...with Dinner

An easy yet elegant cocktail to start off the evening. If you don't have cassis, you can substitute Chambord.

Main Dish:

From French Revolution Food

Coating the rack in a basil crust infuses the meat with flavor. You can also try using different herbs, like rosemary or mint, in the pistou.

Sides:

From StreamingGourmet

Healthy yet indulgent, this recipe includes gruyere cheese for added flavor.

From Gratinee

A simple yet delicious potato cake with an elegant presentation. For a crisp exterior, make sure to baste the cake with plenty of butter.

Dessert:

From Gluten Free Goddess

Served with lightly sweetened whipped cream and fresh raspberries, this cake is a perfect way to end the meal.


There's lots to eat on this menu, so just stick with a nice low-alcohol cocktail before you start dinner. If you're entertaining a larger crowd and want some snacks to tide everyone over while you finish cooking, put out small bowls of olives, nuts, and/or some fancy potato chips.

It's cold out, so start your meal off with this decadent French classic to warm bellies, hands, and hearts. Buy the best beef broth you can, or better yet, make your own—either way, you can make the soup up to three days in advance, and simply reheat and make the cheese toasts before serving.


There's lots to eat on this menu, so just stick with a nice low-alcohol cocktail before you start dinner. If you're entertaining a larger crowd and want some snacks to tide everyone over while you finish cooking, put out small bowls of olives, nuts, and/or some fancy potato chips.

It's cold out, so start your meal off with this decadent French classic to warm bellies, hands, and hearts. Buy the best beef broth you can, or better yet, make your own—either way, you can make the soup up to three days in advance, and simply reheat and make the cheese toasts before serving.


There's lots to eat on this menu, so just stick with a nice low-alcohol cocktail before you start dinner. If you're entertaining a larger crowd and want some snacks to tide everyone over while you finish cooking, put out small bowls of olives, nuts, and/or some fancy potato chips.

It's cold out, so start your meal off with this decadent French classic to warm bellies, hands, and hearts. Buy the best beef broth you can, or better yet, make your own—either way, you can make the soup up to three days in advance, and simply reheat and make the cheese toasts before serving.


There's lots to eat on this menu, so just stick with a nice low-alcohol cocktail before you start dinner. If you're entertaining a larger crowd and want some snacks to tide everyone over while you finish cooking, put out small bowls of olives, nuts, and/or some fancy potato chips.

It's cold out, so start your meal off with this decadent French classic to warm bellies, hands, and hearts. Buy the best beef broth you can, or better yet, make your own—either way, you can make the soup up to three days in advance, and simply reheat and make the cheese toasts before serving.


There's lots to eat on this menu, so just stick with a nice low-alcohol cocktail before you start dinner. If you're entertaining a larger crowd and want some snacks to tide everyone over while you finish cooking, put out small bowls of olives, nuts, and/or some fancy potato chips.

It's cold out, so start your meal off with this decadent French classic to warm bellies, hands, and hearts. Buy the best beef broth you can, or better yet, make your own—either way, you can make the soup up to three days in advance, and simply reheat and make the cheese toasts before serving.


There's lots to eat on this menu, so just stick with a nice low-alcohol cocktail before you start dinner. If you're entertaining a larger crowd and want some snacks to tide everyone over while you finish cooking, put out small bowls of olives, nuts, and/or some fancy potato chips.

It's cold out, so start your meal off with this decadent French classic to warm bellies, hands, and hearts. Buy the best beef broth you can, or better yet, make your own—either way, you can make the soup up to three days in advance, and simply reheat and make the cheese toasts before serving.


There's lots to eat on this menu, so just stick with a nice low-alcohol cocktail before you start dinner. If you're entertaining a larger crowd and want some snacks to tide everyone over while you finish cooking, put out small bowls of olives, nuts, and/or some fancy potato chips.

It's cold out, so start your meal off with this decadent French classic to warm bellies, hands, and hearts. Buy the best beef broth you can, or better yet, make your own—either way, you can make the soup up to three days in advance, and simply reheat and make the cheese toasts before serving.


There's lots to eat on this menu, so just stick with a nice low-alcohol cocktail before you start dinner. If you're entertaining a larger crowd and want some snacks to tide everyone over while you finish cooking, put out small bowls of olives, nuts, and/or some fancy potato chips.

It's cold out, so start your meal off with this decadent French classic to warm bellies, hands, and hearts. Buy the best beef broth you can, or better yet, make your own—either way, you can make the soup up to three days in advance, and simply reheat and make the cheese toasts before serving.


There's lots to eat on this menu, so just stick with a nice low-alcohol cocktail before you start dinner. If you're entertaining a larger crowd and want some snacks to tide everyone over while you finish cooking, put out small bowls of olives, nuts, and/or some fancy potato chips.

It's cold out, so start your meal off with this decadent French classic to warm bellies, hands, and hearts. Buy the best beef broth you can, or better yet, make your own—either way, you can make the soup up to three days in advance, and simply reheat and make the cheese toasts before serving.


There's lots to eat on this menu, so just stick with a nice low-alcohol cocktail before you start dinner. If you're entertaining a larger crowd and want some snacks to tide everyone over while you finish cooking, put out small bowls of olives, nuts, and/or some fancy potato chips.

It's cold out, so start your meal off with this decadent French classic to warm bellies, hands, and hearts. Buy the best beef broth you can, or better yet, make your own—either way, you can make the soup up to three days in advance, and simply reheat and make the cheese toasts before serving.


Watch the video: Menü im Café-Bistro Papillon in Siegsdorf (June 2022).