https:/…1 I hope the link works!!
that's fantastic! thank you for posting, I don't suppose there's an English one? never mind if not, that's why they invented google translate haha, eating there in 5 days, so VERY happy to see this, thanks Danners
Thanks so much, have been desperate to see this! Looks nice, but must admit my French is not up to translating all the dishes! Will keep an eye out for the English version too.
Thank you again for taking the time to post this.
thanks for posting!
I had to use google translate too 👍
I'm sure the English version will released soon aswell.
I struggled translating a few items like the pavé dish. I still have no idea what that is! Lol. 😆
I've found this page, it's in german but easier to just ask google to translate whole page rather than doing it manually (unless I was doing it wrong in first place, which I probably was haha)
the pave one is a fillet of mahi-mahi (dolphinfish)Edited: 19 July 2017, 20:12
Mahi mahi is a nice fish, I think, and I think it is with a pepper and maybe coconut sauce??!! (Well, that's how I am reading it, but can't think that pepper and coconut would go together very well! I'm sure it will be yummy!)
ooh and it has things that dd might actually eat!! result :-)
There's not much for vegetarians which is a shame.
Yes pavé is the cut of fish, it means a filet.
Never heard of a Mahi Mahi fish though, sounds interesting!Edited: 19 July 2017, 23:31
Excellent, many thanks for sharing. I've been looking forward to seeing this!
Great! I had a look to see if the menu was up on Sunday when we went on the PoTC ride but they didn't have it up yet.
I really like the sound of the mahi mahi with coconut and peppers. Because I am a pedant, I wanted to clarify that a pavé is a fillet steak not the long thin kind of fillet as the term is ambiguous in English.