Paul introduces new French dishes
Dubai, May 13, 2013
France-based Paul Bakery & Restaurant has put a fresh spin on its popular selection with new dishes complementing its list of classic French favourites.
The new breakfast selection includes sweet and savoury viennoiseries and breads warm out of the oven, crêpes and galettes stuffed with delicious fillings, hearty classics like eggs benedict and omelette marseillaise and aromatic coffees and teas, a statement from Paul said.
Customers also pick their favourite combinations of freshly baked bread and croissants, a selection of jams, an omelette, fresh orange juice, coffee or tea for a complete breakfast spread.
The new all-day menu boasts French flavours, with well selected new dishes to try such as Salade de crevettes a la mangue – a fresh green salad tossed with plump poached shrimp and a tangy lemon mayonnaise dressing.
Another new offering is the Poulet roti aux amandes – a tender almond-flavoured chicken breast with runny camembert cheese, served with hearty sides of potato puree, carrots and beans and a fruity raspberry sauce, the statement said.
Fans of fish can opt for dishes such as the Tartine au Saumon, one of Paul’s famed open sandwiches served on rustic toasted farmhouse bread. This sandwich makes the perfect light lunch for the summer, layered with slices of smoked salmon, tomato, cucumber and soft white cheese.
For a quick pick-me-up, customers can browse through the luscious selection of fine desserts, sweets and confectionary, with new additions such as Café Surprise – a steamy cuppa served with a mini pot of crème brulée, mini moelleux au chocolat and two melt-in-your mouth mini macaroons, or Pain Perdu – French toast made from thick chunks of eggy bread, served with a drizzle of sweet caramel sauce and a scoop of ice cream.
The new menu is available at all Paul outlets in the UAE, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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