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Café Boulud debuts take home service

Café Boulud debuts take home service

Café Boulud debuts take home service

For those times when only French bistro classics will do, Café Boulud has news that's sure to thrill. Though closed for the second time due to the ongoing pandemic, Café Boulud and d|bar are debuting take home service today that offers enough Gallic-inspired fare to fuel special occasions, weekends or weeknights when takeout is the only reasonable option.

Located in the Four Seasons hotel, Café Boulud first closed in mid- March when Ontario Premier Doug Ford declared a state of emergency and ordered the closure of restaurants, bars and facilities providing indoor recreation.

During the shut-down, Boulud offered special menus for Mother's Day and Father's Day but was not open for regular takeout. Along with many local restaurants, Boulud reopened on August 5 for indoor dining.

As the city battles a second wave of COVID-19 and another closure, Boulud has switched gears to offer a curated, weekly menu of "Chef Favourites" to enjoy at home. The concise menu includes classics, such as Boulud's Frenchie Burger, Whole Rotisserie Chicken and Confit de Canard, alongside a weekly feature. Customers can also add bottles of wine and desserts, including the sublime, rose-infused Ispahan Macaron, to their order.

In praline, strawberry shortcake, lemon or chocolate mousse, entire cakes may be ordered with 24-hour notice.

Café Boulud's new menu of classic dishes is available Wednesday to Saturday for pick-up between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Visit their website for more information or to place an order.

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Toronto Takeout

Café Boulud

Café Boulud debuts take home service

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Café Boulud debuts take home service

Christine Peddie

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For those times when only French bistro classics will do, Café Boulud has news that's sure to thrill. Though closed for the second time due to the ongoing pandemic, Café Boulud and d|bar are debuting take home service today that offers enough Gallic-inspired fare to fuel special occasions, weekends or weeknights when takeout is the only reasonable option.

Located in the Four Seasons hotel, Café Boulud first closed in mid- March when Ontario Premier Doug Ford declared a state of emergency and ordered the closure of restaurants, bars and facilities providing indoor recreation.

During the shut-down, Boulud offered special menus for Mother's Day and Father's Day but was not open for regular takeout. Along with many local restaurants, Boulud reopened on August 5 for indoor dining.

As the city battles a second wave of COVID-19 and another closure, Boulud has switched gears to offer a curated, weekly menu of "Chef Favourites" to enjoy at home. The concise menu includes classics, such as Boulud's Frenchie Burger, Whole Rotisserie Chicken and Confit de Canard, alongside a weekly feature. Customers can also add bottles of wine and desserts, including the sublime, rose-infused Ispahan Macaron, to their order.

In praline, strawberry shortcake, lemon or chocolate mousse, entire cakes may be ordered with 24-hour notice.

Café Boulud's new menu of classic dishes is available Wednesday to Saturday for pick-up between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Visit their website for more information or to place an order.

Tags:

Toronto Takeout

Café Boulud