Our new weekly Lunch and Dinner menu is only available for delivery between Friday 25th March to Sunday, 28th March to help our customers during the weekend lockdown and to celebrate small gathering.
The delivery is cold and instructions on how to warm up the hot food are on the packaging Delivery slots from Friday to Saturday are between 10.30am and 12pm and afternoon between 3 and 5pm Sunday delivery between 10.30am and 12pm
Friday to Sunday Contact Bertrand Munier 077 8864 2280
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All canapés and dinner party are pre-cooked and delivered cold. However, the weekly menu and canapes will need to be heated by you, therefore please refer to the individual canapé page for the relevant heating instructions and allergen menu will be with the delivery.
The best way to show your love? A romantic meal for two.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day at home with a three course restaurant style experience and impress your significant other with one of these Valentine’s Day dinner menu for 2 and ensure you have a delicious evening to remember.
Browse our individual menu below to discover our unique Valentine’s Day menus. The menu includes a starter, main course and dessert.
The menu is delivered cold and instructions on how to warm up the main course is clearly labelled on the packaging
Canapes Passion £25.00
15 hot canapes
5 Mini Beef Cheese Burger
5 Mini Sweet Onion Goat Cheese Tart
5 Grilled Sweet Chilli King Prawn with Ginger
Canapes box Amour £25.00
15 cold canapes
5 Duck Parfait with Vanilla Essence on Brioche Toast
Whether you are going to a Michelin star restaurant or at a friend’s house in France, you will most likely be served gougères canapes to accompany your aperitif drinks (drinks served before a meal). Gougères are traditional cheese puffs made with either Emmenthal or Comté cheese. These little canapes luxuries are perfect with champagne or wine (they are often served during wine-tastings) – and so chic if you have them home-made. Originally from Burgundy, these puffs were invented in the 17th century in a patisserie called ‘Le ramequin de Bourgogne’. So next time you have guests, why don’t you dazzle them with these golden puffs.
Ingredients (makes about 40)
250 ml/ 1 cup water
100 g/ 3.5 ounce salted butter
150 g/ 1 1/4 cups plain flour
180 g/ 2 cups grated Emmenthal or Gruyère cheese
A dash of ground nutmeg
1 egg yolk for glazing
A dash of salt and pepper
Pre-heat the over 180°
In a saucepan, bring the water and butter to a boil. Add the flour, stirring very fast and take immediately off the heat. By now the batter will be roughly in the form of a softball. Add the eggs, one by one and stir. It’s important to add the eggs slowly – don’t worry if it looks too thick, just continue to stir as it will eventually become a smooth batter. Finally add the cheese, salt & pepper and stir to a good dewy batter.
Prepare a baking tray lined with parchment paper. You have two choices for preparing the gougères: either put the dough in a pastry bag with a standard tip and pipe walnut-sized mounds or spoon and shape with the help of two teaspoons and evenly shaped ball (again like the size of a walnut). Glaze with the egg yolk for a golden baked finish. Sprinkle the puffs lightly with grated cheese.
Leave adequate space between each gougère and bake for 25 minutes approx or until puffy and golden. Serve immediately.
ps: You can prepare these in advance and either refrigerate or freeze them. Just take them out again before serving and heat in a high-heat oven for 5-7 minutes.
Also, see the selection of my delicious hot canapes
Green British asparagus, with its intense, complex
flavour, is considered – by the British, at least – to be the finest in the world. It’s deep, verdant flavour is attributed in large part to Britain’s cool growing conditions. ( The green asparagus are better served hot with chicken, veal and soup).
White asparagus preferred in Europe ( France and Germany) has a delicate flavour and must first be peeled before use. Trim the woody ends and starting from the bottom and using a vegetable peeler, peel a very thin strip toward the tip. Often, only the lower half need to be peeled. (The white asparagus are better served warm or cold with hollandaise & mayonnaise sauce.
When cooking asparagus, you can tie them into little bundles, which makes them easier to remove. Drop these bundles or individual spears into some boiling water, cover and cook for three to five minutes, depending on the thickness of the spears. Take them out, drain and plunge into some ice-cold water, or serve straight away.
To steam, place the spears in a steaming basket with a little water underneath. Cover and cook for three minutes.
Asparagus loves to be griddled in a pan – simply drizzle with a little olive oil and turn occasionally or try Jamie’s recipe for griddled asparagus with olive oil, lemon and Parmesan.
Asparagus is often used in Asian cooking, either in salads or in stir-fries. It needs only a minute or so in a hot wok, so always remember to add it in towards the end of cooking the rest of your dish. A splash of soy and a sprinkle of sesame seeds work well.
My favorite ! is It would be a crime not to mention hollandaise – a classic French sauce made of melted butter, fresh egg yolks, lemon juice and a little mustard or a pinch of cayenne – the pairing of which with asparagus is simply heavenly.
enjoy!! Also see selection of my delicious cold and hot starter https://www.bertrandmunier.co.uk/online_shop/starters
When it comes to organising an event, one of the taxing tasks is to arrange food for the attendees, isn’t it? So, let’s decrease that stress from your shoulders and introduce you to different types of canapés that you can order in London. Let’s have a look at this article.
Canapés, also famous as tidbits, are treated as appetisers and are served before the main course. These dishes compliment almost every drink and are perfect for every event or a party of short duration. One of the best things about them is they don’t demand enough time for preparation; hence, giving you another reason to select them.
So, if you are going to organise any event very soon, you can easily get Canapés in London. If you are dubious about what to choose, then different types of Canapés can gel well with the theme of your event. Read on and find out which one is going to suit your requirements best:
When it comes to organising appetisers that would go perfectly with drinks at the event, Cold Canapés should be your choice. Regardless of the duration of your event, get an abundance of Canapés Delivered in London and offer something unique to your guests to taste. Be it a wedding or a business event; they can be a precise fit everywhere.
Also known as Verrine, these shot glass canapés can fill the void of stylish food items. With each layer, these appetisers just become more delicious. One of the best things about shot glass canapés is their structured presentation. They come in short glasses and are quite easy to assemble; hence, perfect for cocktail or bachelor parties.
You have to prepare these hot canapés with fish, vegetables, or meat, just before the start of your event. Delicious and tempting in taste, this variety of canapés is surely going to allure your guests. Not just that, but they also come in distinct variants, such as mini pudding, mini burgers, and more. They just need a little warming up and then are good to serve.
These delicious canapés are prepared by using French recipe. These canapés can satiate the craving for a dessert after a happy meal as they are made with finest and handpicked ingredients. Be it Tart, Chocolate, Macarons, or something else that you want; these canapés prove out to be an amazing thing at any event.
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To sum it up, these are the top acknowledged canapés that you can order whenever you are hosting an event. Along with several benefits, these canapés save your time as well as money. So, if there is an event coming around and you are the sole manager of it, these different types of Canapés can lower down your burden of arranging food for your guests. Order them and treat your guests to something new and delicious. However, make sure you choose the right shop to get good quality canapés right at your doorstep.
Italy is famous for their Cioccolato Caldo, especially during the fall and winter months. This hot chocolate is sometimes served so thick (like a pudding), that you need a spoon to actually eat it! this recipe doesn’t make it that thick. The luxurious richness comes from using top-quality chocolate.
What You Will Need:
4 ounces bittersweet chocolate 70% or higher
1 1/2 cups whole milk
2 tablespoons sugar
2 teaspoons corn starch
What To Do:
Into a saucepan over LOW heat add chocolate and a drop of milk. Stir with a wooden spoon until melted.
SLOWLY add remaining milk until it’s well combined. Add sugar. Mix to combine. Whisk in corn starch.
Continue cooking over LOW heat until it becomes thick, creamy and coats the back of the wooden spoon.
Hot chocolate Italian-style is one of the most amazing treats in the world! You have to try this pudding-like chocolate decadence! Add some Irish cream, cinnamon, and whipped cream for a fun variation, or create your own!”
I suggest some petit four or sweet canapes and sandwich to serve your afternoon tea
a delice !!!
for Chocolate lover watch the chocolat movie you will like it !!
Mother’s Day is just around the corner and I know that the strawberry cake is always the girls & lady’s favourite cake.
Baking a cake for your mum or your wife is always the best present you can do for Mother’s day celebration. However. if you don’t have any knowledge on how to bake one, just buy one!
This fresh strawberry cake is perfect for any holiday, but it’s also perfect to celebrate any Spring and summer day
My recipe is very easy to make for anybody with a little knowledge of baking. This strawberry and cream sponge cake is essentially a French light genoise sponge cake filled with fresh strawberries, vanilla chantilly cream and fresh strawberry coulis (optional) The making of the French genoise cake is not as daunting as most people might think, all you have to do is to follow a few simple sponge cake making tips outlined below and watch your cake rise as light as a feather.
The french genoise recipe
For the génoise sponge
250g/9oz caster sugar
8 medium free-range eggs
250g/9oz plain flour
50g/1¾oz butter, melted
Preheat the oven to 180C/185c Fan/Gas 4. Grease and line two 22cm/9in round cake tins.
For the génoise sponge, place the sugar and eggs into a large bowl and whisk with an electric whisk until thick and pale.
Gently fold in the flour and melted butter until smooth.
Bake for 30–40 minutes, or until the cakes are risen and springy to the touch. Remove from the oven and set aside to cool. When cool enough to handle, turn out on to a wire rack to cool completely.
method to build the cake
1/ Place a 20-22cm/8-10in stainless steel ring onto the flan case and use it to cut through, discarding the outer rim of sponge. Cut the flan in half horizontally so you end up with two thin layers.
2/Place the steel ring onto a large, flat serving plate. Place one of the sponge layers inside and press down lightly.
3/Place the double cream in a bowl with the vanilla bean from the pod, and the caster sugar. Whip until semi-firm peaks form when the whisk is removed.
4 Line the ring with the large strawberry halves with some fresh strawberry coulis . – reserve the rest of the strawberries.
5 Carefully spoon the whipped cream into the centre of the flan and spread out gently to fill the whole mould – adding as much cream as necessary to cover to the top of the strawberries. Place the remaining flan case on top and press down lightly and cover the top of the ring with whipped cream.
6 Remove the ring by carefully warming the edges with a hot cloth and lifting it straight upwards.
Carefully heat a metal skewer over a direct flame until very hot (use oven gloves). Use the hot skewer to score the top of the cake with lines to create a diamond pattern.
Now is time to be creative and you can use a piping bag for the decoration and garnish with a fresh strawberry, you can use the remaining vanilla pod for the decoration.
There is a tremendous amount of planning and organisation that goes into a successful private party, which can make them very daunting to plan. Fortunately, there are a few simple tips and tricks to reduce stress whilst also ensuring that it is a fun and memorable night for everyone in attendance.
There is no greater way to celebrate than a private party. Whether it is a birthday, anniversary, graduation or any other reason to celebrate, a private party allows you to do so with all of your friends and family in an intimate setting. These parties often end up being one of the social highlights of the year, but they can also be extremely stressful to plan because there is so much that needs to be organised. Here are a few top tips for organising an unforgettable private party.
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Establish a budget :
The very first thing to do is to set how much money you want to spend on the party. You should come up with a price and write this down and then do everything to stay on budget. You will need to factor in the cost of the venue, catering, drinks and entertainment.
Guest list :
It is also crucial that you assemble a guest list and send out invitations as soon as possible. People’s calendars get booked up quickly, so you will want to give them plenty of warning, plus it is also helpful to have a list of how many people will be attending as this can help you to decide on the venue, catering, etc.
House party :
If space permits, it is a fantastic idea to host the party at your home. This will save you an enormous sum and can be much more comfortable than at a private venue. If you have a house party, you must inform your neighbours and be prepared to do a lot of preparing beforehand and tidying after the event.
It may be tempting to save some money by preparing the food yourself, but this can be an enormous and very stressful task. Instead, it is best to opt for private party catering from an established catering company. They can provide you with a talented professional chef that will be able to prepare delicious fresh food at the venue for your entire party.
If your budget permits, it is worth hiring a band or DJ to play the event as this will keep your guests entertained. If you have musical friends, you could ask them to play as this will be more personal and it could cost less. If your budget does not permit this, then you could simply create a playlist and connect your MP3 player to the venue’s sound system.
As fun and enjoyable as private parties usually are, they can also be extremely stressful and arduous events to organise. The above tips will help any host to throw an unforgettable party that your guests are sure to love.
Cooking food for a large group at a dinner party can be intimidating for the host as there is an expectation to impress the guests. One great trick is to order your food online from a catering company. It ensures that everything tastes fantastic, reduces stress and allows the host to spend more time socialising at the party.
Hosting a dinner party can be very stressful as there is so much pressure to impress. Even experienced dinner party hosts will have anxiety in the run up to the big night, and often it is the food which causes the most concern. Cooking a range of dishes for a large group can be intimidating, but fortunately, there is a great hidden trick which can considerably reduce stress and dazzle your guests.
This is to get your dinner party food delivered by a catering company. A caterer can provide everything that you will need for the evening. The list includes starters, main courses, desserts and even a cheese board. You will have an enormous range to choose from so you can cater to every taste and choose something which will leave a lasting impression on your guests. The food comes with storage and serving instructions – means you simply have to serve it up on the big night.
One of the key advantages of this trick is that it frees up a huge amount of time during the party. The host often spends a large part of the evening hidden in the kitchen, but by ordering the food online, it allows you to spend more time sitting at the table and enjoying the company of your guests. It also means that there is less to wash up too!
If you have a dinner party coming up and have concerns about the food, this is a great trick that will reduce stress and impress your guests.
If you are hosting an event whether it is a party or conference, you will want your guests to have the best experience. You can make sure this is exactly what they get by hiring dinner party caterers who will ensure that everybody gets something delicious to eat.
There is no better way than to treat your guests when you are hosting an event than with delicious canapes. These are the perfect addition to any evening as guests can have as few or many as they like without you needing to worry about serving a full dinner. Having delicious and carefully prepared canapes can make the world of difference for your event.
To ensure you pull off your party with panache, dinner party caterers in Londoncan help you out. These companies can offer a bespoke service which fits your needs and leaves your guests happy and impressed.
Whether you want mini eclairs and other delightful small versions of well known desserts, or something different with shot glasses of salmon mousse and more, you can have it all. By serving canapes London you will leave your guests’ taste buds tingling. Make sure you arrange your caterers today to ensure your big party goes off without a hitch.