@ Mille Fleurs
Join us for a month of Celebration!
German Specialty Month
Chef Martin Woesle was born and raised in Southern Germany. Some of his first cooking inspirations came from spending time helping his mother in their German family kitchen.
Germany is a country with many differences in cuisine. German cooking of today is much more regional-based, light kitchen style or Grande Cuisine.
Oktoberfest is an annual festival held in Munich, Germany. It lasts two weeks, draws 6 million visitors from all over the world and ends at the first Sunday in October.
The festival originated as a Horse Race celebrating the marriage of the Crown Prince of Bavaria on October 12, 1810. A year later, the races were combined with a state agricultural fair, and by 1818 booths serving food and drink were introduced.
In 1420, German Beer was made by bottom fermentation process. Brewing was a winter occupation, and ice was used to cool beer in the summer months. Such beer came to be called Lager from the German “lagern”, to store.
Allow Chef Martin to take you on a journey to his homeland with an upscale version of “Oktoberfest”!
In addition to daily changing offerings, special German inspired delicacies paired with Regional Wines and Unique Beers will welcome you to the Autumn Season.
Find; speckknödel, sauerkraut, herring, black forest ham, headcheese, smoked trout, warm potato salad, suckling pic, crackling pigs skin, pork chop, blaukraut, authentic pretzels, venison bratwurst, apple strudel, pumpkin tart and much more and chef Martin’s menu.