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What's on in Monaco 20-26 Apr 2017

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April 20th Newsletter

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What's new


Dishes designed by eight Michelin starred chefs are now available in Monaco from a new franchise called Boco. The bistrot-deli has opened in the premises vacated by the Marquise tea shop and its key gimmick is to serve food in jars. It was first launched in 2010 in Paris by Vincent and Simon Ferniot, who came up with the concept. The two brothers aim to make it possible for everyone to discover the recipes of great French chefs at small prices.

Starters range from 6.70 euros for 2-starred Jean Michel Lorain's poached egg with petit pois cream, to 8.80 euros for 3-starred Regis Marcon's shrimp salad. The cheapest starred main is 8.10 euros, for Pierre Wynants's and Lionel Rigolet's barley and vegetables, and the most expensive is 2-starred Olivier Bellin's squid with apple rice and curry at 9.80 euros. You can eat in, take out, or order a delivery.

In addition to the new Boco Monaco there are twelve outlets, in France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland. I'm sure the food must be tasty, but when it comes to eating I tend to agree with Mr John Finnemore's request to Put It On A Plate.
 

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: Top Marques.
Friday: Vivanova sushi party.
Saturday: Boxing challenge.
Sunday: Rule Britannia!.

Coming up next week, an Italian get together, a Baltic recital, and an ambassador's lunch.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is the title of a film starring Harold Lloyd, born this day 1893. The movie features one of the most iconic images of the silent era; Lloyd hanging from a clock above a New York street. 

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