Chef James Porter of Petite Maison has planned a menu of exquisite French cuisine sure to transport dinner guests (and their taste buds) to the City of Light on New Year’s Eve, with white truffles, Diver scallops, filet, lobster, champagne and more.
At French country bistro Petite Maison, dinner will be served from 5 to 10 p.m., and those dining after 9:30 p.m. will even receive noisemakers and complimentary bubbles for a toast at the stroke of midnight. The staff has promised to provide lap blankets for guests seated on the cozy patio, as well as plenty of heaters to keep everyone comfortable and toasty.
The meal will begin with an amuse bouche, followed by a first course of White Alba Truffle and Oregon Golden Chanterelle Bisque, a second course of Duck Fat Sous Vide Diver Scallop with English Pea Risotto and Crispy Jambon, and a third course of Roasted Black Angus Bistro Filet with Maine Lobster and Jumbo Lump Crab Fricasse, Duchesse Potatoes and Sauce Americane. Dessert will be an indulgent individual Grand Marnier Souffle with Nutella Creme Anglaise.
We’re certain chef Porter will have you in a state of such gastronomical bliss by meal’s end you’ll be thinking you can even see the Eiffel Tower from here.
The four-course dinner is $79 per person (plus tax and gratuity), and you can choose from the restaurant’s incredible wine list or select their own wine pairings for an additional $35 per person. Reservations are required and can be secured by calling 480.991.6887.
Petite Maison is located at 7216 E. Shoeman Lane in Scottsdale