Good Enough to Qualify for The Last Supper:: Seattle,Wa.

Seattle’s “Extraordinary Dining Society” is holding court at the iconic Rover’s, which recently celebrated it’s 20th birthday.

The experience of dining at Rover’s is both quintessentially French and quintessentially Seattle, a rare and delightful balance. Chef/owner Thierry Rautureau ( a.k.a. The Chef in the Hat) has won numerous awards, including a James Beard Award. The restaurant continues to garner much-deserved recognition as one of the best in the country.

Which is why The Extraordinary Dining Society chose this restaurant for their:
La Grande Bouffe,Sunday, May 18th, 5:00 pm.
Nine courses, eleven ultra-rare wines, all pull together to provide an elegant, sophisticated evening you’ll never forget. Dine with abandon, as you sip from a 1995 Champagne Salon, 1992 Domaine Leflaive Chevalier Montrachet, 1988 Domaine Leroy Richebourg, 1991 Chapoutier Hermitage La Pavillon and 1975 Château la Mission Haut Brion, and, of course, somethinurg Grand Cru
1959 Paul Bouchard Richebourg Grand Cru
Oregon Rabbit Confit with Foie Gras;
Rabbit Saddle with Preserved Plum and Sage

1991 Chapoutier Le Pavillon Hermitage
1991 Chapoutier La Morderée Côte Rôtie
Kobe Beef Short Rib, Morels and Ramps

1975 La Mission Haut Brion Pessac-Leognan
Roasted Lamb, Chanterelle and Black Currant

1995 Tirecul La Graviere Cuvée Madame Monbazillac
Honey Mousse and Rhubarb

Posted by Janice Nieder on May 09, 2008 in Travel

Comments (1)

  1. shubh
    shubh says:

    Selection of this restaurant for La Grande Bouffe was absolutely right decision. Though I had never been to this restaurant but seeing the variety and parameters of the menu, I think it is a must to visit place. Thanks for sharing the information.

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