New tasting menu now available at Bistro 82

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If you haven't had a chane to experience the food at Bistro 82 in Royal Oak, here's your chance to get a taste. Every Wednesday, the celebrated eatery is now offering a 5-course tasting menu for $50 (an additional $25 will get you a wine pairing). Chef Derik Watson and assistant GM Matthew Hollander (also a level one sommelier) both curated the tasting menu from popular entrees offered at the restaurant.

The special menu offering started last week. Take a look below at what's in store each Wednesday, in case you want to make plans for tomorrow:



First Course
fennel, absinthe, bernaise
Paired with: De Faveri Prosecco Treviso Extra Dry NV
-or-
Veuve Clicquot Champagne {$10 additional charge}

Second Course
{Seared Scallop & Foie Gras} whole wheat gnocchi, trumpet royale, butternut squash, turnip, hazelnut-caper vinaigrette



Third Course
{Roasted Cobia}
parmesan risotto, wild mushroom, beurre rouge
Paired with: 2014 Champalou Vouvray

Fourth Course
{Angus Reserve Flat Iron Steak}
truffled potato espuma, pearl onion, peas & carrots
Paired with: 2010 Chateau Grand Francais Bordeaux Supérieur
spiced vanilla bavarian, malted chocolate mousse, pepita brittle,

Fifth Course
{Pumpkin Genoise}
vanilla ice cream

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