PHILADELPHIA – Royal Boucherie is Old City's lively neighborhood bar and restaurant. It will host its first-ever Corks & Caviar dinner. This four-course meal will feature a variety of Champagnes and sparkling wines, innovative caviar tastings, and carefully curated dishes.
Participants in Corks & Caviar can expect guided tastings, which allow guests to savor each variety's complex saline flavors. Then, they will be paired with champagne or sparkling wine. Royal Boucherie's private second-floor dining room will host the posh inaugural dinner. It is located next to the garden rooftop patio. Wine pairings will accompany each course after the tasting portion. Executive Chef Christopher Conrow created the menu.
Classes Include the Following
Champagne Gelee, Paddlefish Caviar, and Macerated Cucumber
Muscat Blanc. Auntsfield, Marlborough
Premium Sturgeon, Crepe, Egg Mimosa, Shallot, Creme Fraiche
Cremant du Jura, Domaine Pierre Richard, Jura
Foie Gras Torchon
Kaluga Caviar, Truffle, Lemon Wine Compote
Cremant de Bourgogne, Albert Bichot, Burgundy
Loup de Mer
Italian Osetra Caviar, Pomme Puree, Roasted Spring Vegetables
Champagne Laurent-Perrier, Tours-Sur-Marnes
Valerie Brown, General Manager of Royal Boucherie, said that Corks and Caviar is a first-of-its-kind experience. It features a customized experience for guests with French signatures. We hope to continue hosting fun, exclusive culinary-focused events that allow our guests and patrons to experience something new and exciting for just one night.
Corks & Caviar costs$250 per person, including tax and 20% gratuity. Reservations are strongly encouraged. Open Table is the best way to make reservations.