Georges Perrier at Bistro St. Tropez This Week

Georges Perrier, Patrick Rames and Greg Moore

Georges Perrier, Patrice Rames and Greg Moore

Tonight, Wednesday, April 23rd and Thursday, April 24th chef Patrice Rames of Bistro St. Tropez (and Craig LaBan’s first Philadelphia review) will be hosting his former boss, and friend, Georges Perrier. The event will feature classic French dishes paired with wines chosen by Moore Brothers Wine Company’s Greg Moore, another Le Bec-Fin alumnus. The four-course wine dinner will be served from 6:30 pm. t0 9 p.m. and the cost is $150 per person, plus tax and gratuitiy.

Perrier has been quite visible recently, spotted on multiple nights at Alex Capasso’s Crow & The Pitcher and telling Michael Klein, he’s looking to open a new restaurant of his own.


Check out the menu Perrier and Rames' have put together for these dinners. 

Yesterday, Perrier, Rames and Moore were on CBS 3's Talk Philly with Pat Ciarrocchi.


 

 
Dinner with Georges Perrier 
Wine pairing presented by Greg Moore Of Moore brothers Wine Company
 
Amuse-bouche
Tartare d’huîtres
Tartare of Shemogue oyster, parsley and shallot
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Verrine de moules parfumée au saffron
Verrine of saffron mussels 
Armance b 
 
1st Course
Asperges tiedes, sauce gribiche
Warm asparagus, gribiche sauce
Côtes du Luberon Rosé Cuvée le Châtaignier Domaine de la Citadelle 2013
 
2nd Course
Timbale de St Jacques avec salpicon d’homard, fruits de mer et champignons de paris
Scallop timbale with salpicon of lobster, seafood and white mushrooms
Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine Clos du Poyet Château Fromenteaux 2011
 
3rd course
Pigeon rôti et son chou confit, gratin dauphinois, sauce genevrière
Roasted squab with savoy cabbage confit, potato gratin, juniper sauce
Xavier Côtes du Rhône 2010
 
4th course
Soupe de fruits et son sorbet aux framboises
Spring fruit soup with raspberry sorbet 
Monbazillac Domaine du Petit Paris 2011
 
Douceurs
Tuiles aux amandes
Almond cookies