The Dinner Menu

Escargots, garlic-parsley butter 12
Smoked duck crostini, minted peas 14
Country pate 9 Duck rillettes 9 Saucisson 8
Charcuterie Platter, combo above three  25
Duck foie gras terrine, pear, brioche toast 24
Seared Foie Gras, almond crusted,
bulgur-lentil salad, sherry dressing 26

Fromage, cheese board 9/15/18

Soup of the day 8
French onion soup gratinee 10
Butter lettuce salad, fennel, tomato 8
Endive, arugula, beets, pear, blue, walnuts 14
Goat cheese, lettuce, crostini, fig jam 14

Served with choice of one side
Canard confit, duck leg, mustard sauce 25
Coq au vin, organic chicken leg in red wine 25
Poulet, Chicken breast, roasted garlic, lemon, 26
Magret, duck breast, green peppercorn 29
Lapin moutarde, braised rabbit, Dijon mustrd 32

Mashed potatoes, French fries, fingerling,
green beans, spinach, zucchinis, ratatouille

Prince Edward Island black mussels,
Mariniere: white wine, shallots, garlic 14/25
Provencale: plus tomato, herbs, anis 16/26
Poulette: plus cream, garlic 16/26
Safran: plus cream, saffron 18/28
Crispy calamari, crayfish, aioli 15
Idaho trout, lemon butter,
Green beans, almonds 25
Salmon fillet, beurre blanc, spinach 25
Bouillabaisse, fish and seafood
in a seafood broth, fennel, saffron 29

Served with tomato and French fries
Merguez, 3 lamb sausages, 25
New Zealand Lamb chops, 27/36
Lamb mix, 2 chops and 1 merguez, 32
Filet mignon, 8oz. “au poivre” sauce 39
Hanger steak, 8oz, confit shalots,
red wine reduction, 36

MENU DU JOUR prix fixe
Black board 39

Split main course fee 3, corkage fee 25
20% service added to parties of 6 or more
We accept cash, Visa, MC, Amex, Discovery

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The Loire Valley is often referred to as "the Garden of France", the playground of Kings (good hunting country within easy reach of Paris), and the Cradle of the French Language (the city of Tours is reputed to speak the purest French). Listed (at least in part) amongst the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in late 2000, the Loire Valley is also noteworthy for the quality of its architectural heritage, in historic towns such as Montsoreau, Amboise, Blois, Chinon, Orléans, Saumur and Tours, but in particular for its world-famous châteaux (castles), such as the Châteaux de Montsoreau, Amboise, Azay-le-Rideau, Chambord and Chenonceau.

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We are open at 5:30pm for dinner and closed on Mondays. We are closed Easter Sunday, 4th. of July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day.
We serve private lunches for up to 60 p. (please call)
Corkage fee: $25/botl. No corkage fee on Wednesdays.
Pescadou Bistro
3325 Newport Blvd
Newport Beach, CA 92663
(949) 675-6990
Handicap Accessible

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