Palm Beach

November 22, 2014

Le Prix Fixe Lunch Menu at Cafe Boulud Palm Beach

While frequenting some higher end, celebrity chef deemed restaurants on a regular basis may not be within reach for some due to budget constraints; many of the managing partners are aware of this and have made efforts by offering a multi-course lunch at a set price, or prix-fixe if you will, making it financially amenable for most to be able to experience the restaurant.

Cafe Boulud Palm Beach

Cafe Boulud Palm Beach

Café Boulud at the Brazilian Court Hotel, in Palm Beach currently offers a three course lunch for $28, Monday-Friday from 12PM-2:30PM and valet parking is complimentary. The menu at Café Boulud Palm Beach parallels the French-American style of Café Boulud New York with a touch of South Florida flavor.

The 3-course prix fixe menu changes regularly, depending on availability of the product, and the chefs’ culinary ingenuity. Currently the menu offerings are:

First Course

LOBSTER BISQUE
sherry emulsion, chervil

ROASTED PEAR SALAD
frisée, arugula, radicchio, blue cheese hazelnut vinaigrette

STEAK TARTARE
capers, cornichon, farm egg, baguette crisp
($5 supplement)

Second Course

LINGUINI ALLA CHITARRA
wild mushrooms, parmesan

GRILLED SALMON
sweet potato, asparagus, sauerkraut
bacon mustard jus

DUO OF BEEF
braised short rib and seared hanger steak
glazed carrots, parsnip purée
watercress
($10 supplement)

Dessert Course

KEY LIME PIE
lemon coulis, pink grapefruit sorbet

MANGO PANNA COTTA
tropical fruit, coconut sorbet

CHOCOLATE MOUSSE DOME
raspberry sorbet

My recent visit to Cafe Boulud, the menu was a bit different, however you do see items on a regular rotation, so faint not.

mussels with fennel sausage and tomato broth; cafe boulud palm beach

Mussels with Fennel Sausage and Tomato Troth; Cafe Boulud Palm Beach

Lobster Bisque, Cafe Boulud Palm Beach

Lobster Bisque, Cafe Boulud Palm Beach

 Fall salad with black kale, avocado, acorn squash, chicken, blue cheese and bacon, Cafe Boulud Palm Beach

Fall salad with black kale, avocado, acorn squash, chicken, blue cheese and bacon, Cafe Boulud Palm Beach

 Housemade pappardelle with lamb ragout, ricotta, broccoli rabe and mint gremolata, Cafe Boulud Palm Beach

Housemade pappardelle with lamb ragout, ricotta, broccoli rabe and mint gremolata, Cafe Boulud Palm Beach

Mango Panna Cotta with tropical fruit and coconut sorbet — Cafe Boulud Palm Beach.

Mango Panna Cotta with tropical fruit and coconut sorbet — Cafe Boulud Palm Beach.

Signature Madelines — Cafe Boulud Palm Beach

Signature Madelines — Cafe Boulud Palm Beach

Walking around Worth Avenue, and the surrounding neighborhoods doing Palm Beach, just got a bit more tasty, and a bit more affordable.

The Brazilian Court Hotel 301 Australian Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480

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