Sunday, December 18, 2011

Film To Watch: The Well-Digger's Daughter

Merry Christmas

We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a happy new year from all at the Beaujolais.

Sunday, November 13, 2011

We Got A Mention By Marie Claire



Mulberry's Georgia Fendleys Favourite Restaurant



We loved to hear that Georgia Fendleys a fan of our restaurant, as we are huge fans of Mulberry!

Monday, November 7, 2011

Film To Watch: Romantics Anonymous

This film will be coming to the Little Theatre in Bath

Friday, October 7, 2011

We Won

WE WON BEST BATH INSTITUTION AT THE BATH GOOD FOOD AWARDS

Thursday, July 28, 2011

For All You Frenchies Listening Out There

There is a French Radio Station Called French Radio London and for the first time it is now available to listen to it outside of London. Follow this Link to find out more.

New Le Lite Lunch

Here is our new Lunch Menu we also have daily chef specials
TABLE D'HOTE
2 COURSES MENU
@ £12.95

Soupe Du Jour

Salad of Marinated Grilled Vegetables & Feta Cheese

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Risotto with Spring Vegetables

Blagdon Trout Fillet with Fresh Peas And Butter Sauce

LE LITE LUNCH

Soupe Garbure, White Bean Soup with Broad Beans, Peas, Potato, Cabbage. £5.20

Warm Salad of Guinea Fowl, Pancetta, Balsamic Red Onion & Watercress and Blue Cheese. £7.50

Blagdon Smoked Trout, Beetroot and Apple Rémoulade and a Horse Radish and Black Pepper Cream £7.50

French Onion Tartlet, Melted Brie, Goats Cheese with a Pesto cream and Watercress. £8.00

Pan Fried Parcel of Peas, Fèves, Courgette Mint and Feta Cheese with a Tomato and Basil Salad.
£7.95

Parma Ham, Polenta Croutons, Rocket and Roasted Vine Tomatoes.
£7.00

7oz Rib Eye Steak, Café Paris Butter, Mushroom and Blue Cheese Salad.
£16.00

Grilled Cornish Sardines, New Potatoes, Sun Dried Tomatoes, Roasted Peppers and Gremolata.
£8.50

DAILY CHEF SPECIALS

Whole Dressed Crab Served with Bread & Mayonnaise £11.50

Duck Liver Paté, Toasted Brioche with a Fig Chutney £6.35

Sautéed of Beef Tongue, Chorizo, Bacon, Gherkins and a Red Wine Jus £7.50

Selection of Charcuteries with Gherkins and Onions £7.95

Whole Grilled Cornish Sole, Herd and Caper Butter, New Potatoes and Watercress. £17.00

Pan-Fried Fillet of Sea Bass, Samphire & Cockles, Feves & Sundried Tomatoes
£17.50

Peach Flambée in Brandy, Honey & Almonds served with Vanilla Ice Cream.
£5.95

Garden





The sun was out the other day so thought I would snap some pictures of the garden now that its in full bloom.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

The Bath Good Food Awards

The inaugural Bath Good Food Awards has been organised by The Pig Guide & Guide2Bath will be held at Bath’s historic Guildhall on Tuesday 4 October. The ceremony will be hosted by a host of local celebrities and food industry experts, while media partners/sponsors include local press and food and drink producers especially selected to showcase the best regional produce available on our doorstep.
If you wold like to nominate us please click on this link

THANK YOU and MERCI BEAUCOUP........The closing date for nominations is the 31st August 2011.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

LA TIMES Mention

We were mentioned in the LA Times in there 48hour travel postcard. Bellow is what they said about us. If you want to read the whole article click here.
"6 p.m. - To round off your weekend in Bath, have an early dinner at Beaujolais bistro bar. Plenty of wine will undoubtedly help you digest a history-and-culture-packed weekend and send you into the working week refreshed and relaxed. (http://www.beaujolaisbath.co.uk/)"

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Friends

We are now on Facebook. So become our friend and share photos. You never know you may be in some of them!!

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

To Make You Smile









We found these pictures of a French Artist called Sandrine who goes round Paris in a quest for any detail that happens to inspire her: a wall, a door, a garbage can and reinvents into an image. We liked them so much we posted them up. You can check out more of her images on her blog.

Bath Music Festival @Party in the City Night

Bath Music Festival @Party in the City Night
Friday 27th May
Music by The Gaulois Brothers
from 7.00pm

Drink at the small bar area or dine with us and listen to the Fab Gaulois Brothers

2 COURSES @ £23.00

STARTERS
Soupe au Pistou: Provençal Vegetables and Haricot Bean Soup with Pesto
A Bucket of Prawns with Aioli Dip
Smoked Chicken & Mango Salad
MAIN COURSES
Braised roasted Shoulder of Lamb, with Mash Potato Spinach and a Rosemary Jus
Confit of Duck with Chorizo, Sautee Potatoes, Spring Greens.
Mediterranean Vegetable Parcel with Plum Tomatoes Feta Cheese & Basil
Baked Salmon Fillet with a Julienne of Vegetables & a Clam Bouillon

BON APPETIT AND ENJOY LA MUSIQUE !


Downstairs only.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Old Photo

Photograph by Bryan Heseltine found on the Bath in Time website. 1987 photo was taken.

We Found This Funny


Monday, March 21, 2011

Food Of The Moment

Here are some pictures we have taken of our dishes which are on the menu at the moment.
Chicken Liver Pate, Toasted Brioche and Chutney

Whole Roast Partridge “Red Leg”, Sage Butter, Wild Mushrooms,
Baby Onions & Bacon
Neston Park Rib Eye Steak served with a Green Peppercorn Sauce
Wild Mushroom Risotto, truffle oil, Rocket Salad & Parmesan
Mixed Sea food platter

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Wine Tasting

Wine Tasting Cave des Pyrenees
French regional wines
Tuesday 29th of March 5-8pm
at the Beaujolais Restaurant

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Come On France


We will be watching France vs Italy in the rugby today. Above is a signed photo to Jp which was given to him for his birthday.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Bath Boules






Spring is in the air time to dust off those boules and get practising because Bath Boules is on again this year. Here are some photos of Jp over the years at Bath Boules you can also find all the information you need about the event.

Film To Watch: Potiche

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Jean Pierre Returns To His Home Town

Jean Pierre for his 60th birthday was surprised by his family and taken to Montaubon his hometown in France. On the Saturday morning we went to visit the market, as we know is one of the main things besides his family that he misses alot about France. The market is a social event where people get together to chat and gossip. I like it because its so different to the ones in England, you defiantly see alot of meat, like the French they sell every part of the animal. For example Jean Pierre bought Fritton which is cooked off bits of duck skin which is eaten as a snack.


A stall selling meat. Horse, beef, calf, lamb, pork and charcuterie.


A woman has just bought some live chickens.




Giant brussel sprouts, one of them was nearly the size of an apple.



Duck Ribs Tolouse Sasuage
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