March 17, 2014

Champetre, BGC

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    For more than 10 years, Champetre has been serving genuine French cuisine in the well-developed district of Fort Bonifacio. The chef of this restaurant came from the old region of Champagne and is said to have started cooking at a very young age.

    Champetre’s menu is simple and elegant, with the aim of achieving that rustic feel, similar to the ones in the French countryside.  Each food item is cooked with passion and dedication that customers will definitely taste once they have eaten there.

    The homemade foei gras terrine served with brioche and berry campote (photo 2) uses foei gras that is bought from France. It is a dish that you should certainly try. On the other hand, the roast sea bass with tomato (photo 3)  is the patrons’ favorite. Its sauce perfectly blends with the succulent Sea bass sea you will end up savoring to your last bite.

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