A traditional German Christmas pop-up dinner

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roast-gooseWhat do Germans eat for Christmas?

It’s not a Zungenwurst which is a mix of  blood, oats & tongue, thank God!  They DO eat a beautiful, savoury roast goose.  You and your friends are invited to  the Swallow Tail long table for this modern take on a traditional German feast this Christmas.

About the star Chef…

The talented Chef Erin Vickars (The Vancouver Club/Bishops) has just returned from a stage at Atelier Crenn in San Fransisco to create a fabulous 6 course menu for you inspired by a traditional German Christmas with succulent goose as the main centerpiece.

Where? At the Swallow Tail secret supper club, of course, address given upon booking (Vancouver).  Long table style seating.

When? One date ONLY! Friday Dec 16th 2016, 6:30-9:30pm

Price? $69 for a 6 course!

Allergies?  Fine as long as you email us 3 days before the dinner with the details

The Menu

Pacific Blue Mackerel
(yes, white fish is traditional)
White onion, green apple, bonito broth, Riesling
Candlelit course
(It’s a surprise!)
Raclette Fondue
Toasted dark bread, pickled grapes, sumac, house mustard
Traditional Roasted Goose
Pine Smoked breast, confite leg, Pink Lady apple puree,
Winters vegetables
Gluhwein
Traditional spiced wine course
Apfelkuchen
Winter apples, baking spice, sweet pastry

 

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