Parkhuus welcomes Nova Scotia
It's Sunday afternoon and I've just returned from a walk by the lake.As most of you have already seen on my stories, 2 days ago I had an amazing dinner at Parkhuus restaurant at my favorite Park House Hotel Zurich.My mind is still thinking of that lobster, that's why I choose to share that experience with you!
When I received the invitation for that dinner I was so excited, because I would had the opportunity to meet Alain Bossé (as known as The Kilted Chef), the internationally famous chef from Nova Scotia , and taste the incredible 5 course dinner which he along with Frank Widmer, the Executive Chef of Parkhuus, prepared for us!
It was an amazing dinner, where I had the opportunity to try a variety of mouthwatering seafood and Canadian specialties.I also taste the famous Digby Scallops and of course a whole lobster!
Our dinner started with an apero, when I drunk the traditional Bloody Caesar and tasted the "Domaine de Grand Pre Northumberland crab cakes!
The 5 course menu included:
- Northern cold water shrimps, ceviche, cool peppers, hot chili , lemon and lime.
- Quinoa Salad with sea vegetable and citrus vinaigrette
- The world famous Digby scallops, with wild blueberry - smoked bacon jam
- Whole Lobster , boiled in the shell, with dill-potato salad
- Nova Scotia strawberry short cakes with fresh berries landed over tender.
We paired our dinner Domaine de Grand Pre,tidal bay, nova scotia's premiere white wine, and Jost 4 skins, made out of 4 types of grapes, castel, marechal foch, leon millot and lucie kuhlmann.
It was such an amazing experience!For everyone who wants to have the same experience with me and taste the exclusive Nova Scotia menu, with some extra dishes, the menu will be available from tomorrow, until Saturday, June 17, at Parkhuus Restaurant!(More info and reservations check here)
Immerse yourself in the world of Nova Scotia's Atlantic culinary delights and let yourself be inspired by the specialties of Canada's maritime province!
See bellow my full album of my dinner!