Beneluxx Menus

As an add-on to the Metro column today. Here are the full menus for cheese, chocolate and other menu items at the Beneluxx Tasting Room.


–==CHEESE SELECTION==–
All prices are per ounce

COW
Soft
Robiola di Lombardia (di Bosco) $1.41
Reblochon $1.79
Taleggio $1.02
Rochetta (3 Milks) $2.03
Chatalain Camembert $2.00

Semi Soft
Orval (Belgium) $1.75
Cottswold – English cheddar style with chives $1.43

Firm to Hard
Prima Donna Gouda $1.36
Roomano Gouda 5yr $1.63
Mahon Reserva $1.44
Sottocenere $2.12
Piave Vechhio $1.60

SHEEP
Soft
La Serena $2.04

Semi Soft
Cacio di Roma $1.21
Cana de Oveja $1.31

Firm to Hard
Pecorino Toscano $1.64
Manchego 1 yr. Raw Milk $1.55
Lamb Chopper – Cypress Hill – USA – Gouda Style $2.16
Ewephoria Gouda Holland $1.57

GOAT
Semi Soft
Crottin de Chavignol $3.91
Ibores $1.46
Monte Enebro $2.52

Firm to Hard
Garrotxa $1.90
Drunken Goat $1.43
Balarina Goat Gouda $1.40

BLUE CHEESES
Soft
Gorgonzola Dolce $1.14
La Peral $1.75
Roquefort Raw Sheep Milk $2.12
Point Reyes Blue $1.47

–==CHOCOLATE SELECTIONS
price per 25 grams (approx .9oz)

Valrhona Ivoire (White) Feves
CL1 White Chocolate, Valrhona (France)
Ivoire is a delicately flavored low-sugar white chocolate which makes a delicious match for the taste of fruit or liqueur. 1.59

Valrhona Equatoriale Dark 55%
CL3 Semi-Sweet Dark Chocolate, Valrhona (France)
A balanced chocolate taste this is Valrhona universal dark chocolate. 1.25

Valrhona Manjari 64% Cocoa
CL5 Bitter-Sweet Dark Chocolate, Valrhona (France)
Fresh, sharp bouquet. A blend of precious Criollo and Trinitario beans from Madagascar, Manjari releaes red fruit notes that captivate the senses. 1.65

Valrhona Guanaja 70% Cocoa
CL7 Bitter-Sweet Dark Chocolate, Valrhona (France)
Made with a blend of the finest cocoa beans from South America. An exceptional bitter chocolate, its intense flavour, enhanced by floral notes, has a powerful, lingering intensity. 1.57

Callebaut White (Wit-Blanc)
CL7 White Chocolate, Callebaut (Belgium)
We have not sampled yet to describe… .61

Callebaut 60% Cocoa Thick Bittersweet
CL20 Bitter-Sweet Dark Chocolate, Callebaut (Belgium)
No description yet .59

Blanc Satin Pistoles (White Pistoles)
CL9 White Chocolate, Cacao Barry (France)
Silky milk taste laced with a sweet natural vanilla 19.8%
Milk 29.2% Cocoa .87

Barry Callebaut Milk Chocolate
CL18 Milk Chocolate, Cacao Barry (France)
We have not sampled yet to describe… .55

Mi-Amère” 58% Cacao
CL13 Semi-Sweet Dark Chocolate, Cacao Barry (France)
This dark couverture is widely praised for its consistent aromatic rounded fl avor, as well as for its tantalizing suggestion of vanilla.
Very slightly sweet and with an abundance of character .79

Cacao Barry 60% Pistole
CL14 White Chocolate, Cacao Barry (France)
We have not sampled yet to describe… .87

64% Extra Bitter Guayaquil pistoles
CL15 White Chocolate, Cacao Barry (France)
A hint of youthful pepper tones, aniseed and liquorice, and on the other, fl oral, wooded, red fruit and black olive suggestions, lightly shaded by Arabic coffee notes. Extra-Bitter Guayaquil renowned for
its much appreciated lingering bite. .96

Valrhona Jivara Milk, 40% Feves
CL2 Milk Chocolate, Valrhona (France)
Intense hints of caramel and vanilla. 1.55

Le Noir Gastronomie 61% Cocoao
CL4 Bitter-Sweet Dark Chocolate, Valrhona (France)
A blend of the most fragrant cocoa beans from Caribbean and Indian Ocean plantations. Its balanced taste comes from a light touch of acidity 1.26

Valrhona Caraibe 66% Cocoa
CL6 Bitter-Sweet Dark Chocolate, Valrhona (France)
This chocolate is the result of the combination of the finest cocoa beans from the Caribbean islands. Aromatic and long in the mouth, its fruity and barely sweet taste reveals the delicate savours of almonds and roasted coffee. 1.65

Araguani 72% Cocoa
CL8 Bitter-Sweet Dark Chocolate, Valrhona (France)
The result of a harmonious blend of two rare cocoa beans, Araguani releases intense aromas of liquorice, raisin, and chestnut over its distinctively bitter base notes. 1.79

Callebaut Milk (Melk-Lait)
CL11 Milk Chocolate, Callebaut (Belgium)
We have not sampled yet to describe… .81

Callebaut Semi-Sweet 52% Cocoa
CL19 Semi-Sweet Dark Chocolate,Callebaut (Belgium)
We have not sampled yet to describe… .56

Tanzanie Single Origin
C16 Semi-Sweet Dark Chocolate,Cacao Barry (France)
A dark chocolate made from single-origin Tanzanian cocoa beans. Combines subtle fruity flavors with natural vanilla for a distinctly rich taste. 75% cocoa content. .98

Cacao Barry Gianduja
CL10 White Chocolate, Cacao Barry (France)
The perfect match of a full-bodied dark chocolate and a pure hazelnut paste 31.3% Hazelnuts 22% Cocoa 1.64

Cacao Barry 50% Force Noir
CL12 Chocolate, Cacao Barry (France)
With a minimum of 50% cocoa, have a consistently robust and well rounded flavor. The product possesses a biscuity texture, and top notes that evoke gingerbread to the discerning palate. .65

Blanc Satin Pistoles (White Pistoles)
C17 White Chocolate, Cacao Barry (France)
Containing 29.2% cocoa blended with rich creamy milk, Cacao Barry Blanc Satin possesses a silky smooth texture for extra lusciousness so delicate on the palate. accentuates caramelized notes with a hint of the finest vanilla. .61

Cacao Barry 75% Tanzanie pistols
CL16 White Chocolate, Cacao Barry (France)
Made from rare prized Tanzanian cocoa beans and has a 75% cocoa content, delivers a wild richness and remarkable lingering finish .98

–==FOOD MENU==–

Starters
Soup Du Jour
Please ask server for today’s soup. 5.99

Mixed Marinated Olives 5.99

Mesculin Salad 6.99

Beer Cheese Soup
Five cheeses blended with a blonde ale beer and smart popcorn 5.99

Beneluxx Salad
Mixed greens topped with roasted beets 7.99

Caesar Salad 6.99

Mini-Pizzas
Roman
Homemade Mozzarella Cheese, prosciutto, fresh basil, and “ugly” heirloom tomatoes 8.99

Deutschland
Potatoes, Onion, Beef, Egg, Cheddar Cheese 9.99

Iberian
Chorizo with La Peral Blue Cheese, port Dijon cream, Spanish onions and peppers 9.99

Pissaladiere
French style featuring onions, olives, shrimp, fennel and goat cheese 8.99

Fondues
Traditional Swiss
Grùyere and Emmenthaler Swiss cheeses,white wine, garlic, nutmeg,lemon and Kirschwasser. 8.99

Featured Cheese
Chef’s choice of seasonal and special cheese fondue.
Ask your server for pricing.

Cheddar Cheese
Aged, medium-sharp Cheddar and Emmenthaler Swiss cheeses, lager beer, garlic and seasonings. 8.99

Fondue Accompaniments
Fingerling Potatoes $4.49
Apples $3.49
Chirizio $5.49
Fresh Vegetables $4.49
Garlic Herb Chicken $5.99
Beef Tips $6.99

Cibus Hilleli (Hillel’s Snack)
Croque Monsieur Bechamel
Ham, Gruyere Cheese and Classic Bechamel Sauce in a Panini style 8.99

Portobello Panini
Meaty Mushroom, herbed goat cheese, sweet red peppers, hummus 8.99

Chicken and Spinach Panini
With garlic, fennel, chicken and spinach 9.99

Medianoche
Roast Pork, Ham, Swiss Cheese, Pickle and Mustard in pressed bread 7.99

Parma Panini
Prosciutto, fresh mozzarella cheese, fresh arugula 8.99

La Robiquette
sausage in a galette crepe

Wild Boar Robiquette
with port wine and five spice marinated cherries 6.99

Duck Robiquette
with seasonal melon , shaved Grana Padano, and truffle vinaigrette 6.99

Venison Robiquette
with vanilla infused pineapple and reduced balsamic vinegar 6.99

Beer Brat Robiquette
with veal demi glaze 6.99

  • Karen K

    Disappointed!

    We were so excited to try this new restaurant, but shortly after being seated, we had to run out the doors for fresh air due to the lack of an exhaust system. The restaurant filled with a thick smoke that burned our eyes and throats as the chef cooked food right behind the bar area. A proper exhaust system is a MUST. I’d also suggest implementing an easy to read menu where items are listed in order (i.e. Beer currently uses B1 through B26, however the beers are not ordered 1 through 26, they’re unordered. This makes it difficult to order several tastings when the waiter expects the guest to order by number, not by name. When the waiter brings the tastings to the table, he should have the containers labeled somehow so everyone knows what they’re tasting. One other suggestion — get all of your offerings in the system. We overheard one of the guests being charged $25 for 2 oz of Prosecco and 1 oz of chocolate because the bundle wasn’t “in the system yet” — it was supposed to be $8.50. Hope you can adress these issues soon!