He developed his thirst for new flavors throughout his career. Graduate with a vocational degree in "Culinary Engineering, Tableware and Service", Julien traveled to London, Quebec and New Caledonia.
Opened in 2016, Les Tables Vatel invites guests to discover wines from France and around the world, in addition to its "Accord Parfait" wine-pairing dinner menu. This international selection of wines "reflects the 56 nationalities represented at Vatel Bordeaux" he adds.
I like the idea of breaking consumption patterns." says Julien Borrreil. The sommelier continues: "Would the customer have chosen this wine if he had ordered his dish first?" he asks. The perfect pairing allows you to serve customers dishes that they would not have eaten anywhere else.
Colorful stickers are associated with each category of wine to help customers to choose. "The menu is written using words related to the nose and mouth," says the manager of Les Tables Vatel.
The goal is to attract all kinds of wine lovers, from beginners to buffs. Whether the beverage is French, Greek or Mexican. The perfect pairing is becoming more and more popular.
Les Tables Vatel is full of other secrets that Julien is willing to reveal.
The lunch menu offers "two new starters, two new dishes and two desserts every day." Recently, the menu of the day also offers suggestions from the chef.Another opportunity to enjoy this "bistronomic" cuisine based on fresh and local products.Sunday Brunch is the not-to-be-missed event of the week, recognized by the website Où Bruncher and Le Bonbon website.
The director of "Tables de Vatel" remains on the alert when needed or questioned by his students who are always keen to provide impeccable service.
One thing is certain, Les Tables Vatel will never cease to surprise you!
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