An (almost) Perfect Mother’s Day
|Chef Remi visiting our table during our last meal at Les Chefs du France|
One of the nice things about this restaurant is their service. We have come twice with our grandson, EJ, and the waitstaff has been friendly and patient with him as he tries to read the French names on the children’s menu (there are descriptions in English as well.) They served his pasta with ham and cheese just the way he likes it with each topping in a separate little dish (does anyone remember the TV program Monk? That is our grandson when it comes to different foods touching.) They also serve his meal with our soup course so he doesn’t have to sit with an empty placemat and watch us enjoy our food.
|Braised Short Rib|
Our meal included a choice of any of their dessert offerings. I chose the creme brulee (my favorite as anyone who knows me can tell you) and hubby chose the chocolate filled swan cream puff so he could share with EJ who quickly attacked the creamy chocolate ice cream and left the fancy pastry for his papa to eat.
My creme brulee was delicious as always. Served with a garnish of fresh berries and cream. The perfect finish to a wonderful meal.
The only thing that could have made this Mother’s Day more perfect was having our daughters here to share it with us.