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Conference Dinner

The Conference Dinner will take place at the restaurantCôté Garonne” on Thursday June 30th, 19:30.Restaurant "Côté Garonne"

Registration is required

40€ per head

 

Restaurant “Côté Garonne” Toulouse
8, avenue Maurice Hauriou
31000 Toulouse

 

 

Access :

Metro line B station “Palais de Justice”
Parking Saint Michel
At a short distance from the courthouse

 

 

Menu

Kir with amuse bouche

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Semi-cooked duck foie gras with Armagnac, toasted country bread, jam of dried fruits and mesclun salad

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A “Samaran” duckling fillet grilled over a wooden fire, meat juice with ceps, potatoes and vegetables

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Homemade warm Tatin pie with salted caramel ice cream

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Wine of Corbières Château Capendu Cuvée Prestige

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Coffee

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