The Kars Goose Dinner - not to be missed
The Kars Goose comes to Bodrum! Join me in a very special meal at Protected content Restaurant where the chef Neco creates the traditional and mouth-watering menu around the air-dried Kars Goose couriered over from Kars. A disappearing item on the Turkish palate, the dried Kars Goose is a particular local type raised in the winter cold and summer heat near Kars in the eastern mountains of Turkey. The villagers air-dry it to store it, serving in special meals where their greatest hospitality is offered. It is becoming so rare now, that it is on the International Slow Food Ark of Taste register. Our chef Neco serves the entire traditional menu with cold bugday (wheat) soup, spoon salads, pickles and then the goose is bought to the table on the bed of pilaf bulgur with dried fruits such as apricots, currants, and almonds cooked into it. Carving is at the table and shared between the guests.
Please join this very special dining event unique to Turkey. We do need numbers as soon as possible, as we must order several days ahead for the geese to arrive to share the menu. Hence, we need your booking and your deposit.
Price per person calculated based on one goose per 6 people. We believe we will order three, so limit the group to 18 diners on geese. The La Pasion a la carte menu is available if partners or friends are not taking the goose menu.
The Wine menu is available, but we have also negotiated the house wine, IDOL merlot to be paired with the goose, at 60tl for a bottle, if you wish.
Looking forward to sharing the evening with you.
**To guarantee your place we will require the food payment (60tl) as your deposit. Please send by bank transfer to Protected content and message me on here when the deposit has been made.**
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