September FAMOUS $20 LUNCH | CRAYFISH SANDWICH

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CRAYFISH SANDWICH

 Enjoy this sensational sandwich throughout September.

Crayfish mayo with Iceberg lettuce, Beefsteak tomato, avocado and roast red pepper aioli on toasted sourdough with shoestring fries.

It’s available lunch times Sunday through Friday this September

Book your lunch date today
04 499 4199 or email info@boulcottstbistro.co.nz

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Famous $20 Lunch: Mid-winter stew selection

This July, our Famous $20 Lunch offering has doubled. We are warming Wellington in the midst of winter  with two delicious $20 Lunch dishes.

The ultimate in French comfort food, the Coq au Vin. Served with smoked pork belly, mushrooms, baby onions and red wine sauce

and

Spiced Indian Lentil Stew with coconut cream, coriander and fresh chili (vegetarian)

Available lunch times at our Wellington restaurant Sunday to Friday throughout July (2016)

Coq au Vin at Wellington restaurant Boulcott Street Bistro

Coq au Vin with smoked pork belly, mushrooms, baby onions and red wine sauce

Wellington Restaurant Lentil Stew Boulcott

Spiced Indian lentil stew with coconut cream, coriander and fresh chili

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Famous $20 Lunch: Toulouse Winter Cassoulet

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Toulouse Winter Cassoulet

This month, we bring you a hearty dish that’s steeped in French culinary tradition and full of rustic belly-warming deliciousness.

Our Toulouse Winter Cassoulet is made with free-range chicken and pork belly, spicy chorizo and cannellini beans topped with bread crumbs served with toasted baguette.

It’s available Sunday – Friday lunch.

$20

Book here: info@boulcottstbistro.co.nz

History of the Winter Cassoulet

Cassoulet is a rich, slow-cooked casserole originating in the south of France. The dish is named after its traditional cooking vessel, the cassole, a  pot with slanting sides.

The region once known as the province of Languedoc is the traditional homeland of cassoulet, especially the towns of Toulouse, Carcassonne, and Castelnaudary, the town which claims to be where the dish originated.All are made with white beans.

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