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Mille Fleurs Reservations

6009 Paseo Delicias
Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067

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Reservations: (858)756-3085
Facsimile: (858)756-9945

Lunch: Thursday and Friday 11:30am – 2:00pm
Dinner: Nightly 6pm; Saturday 5:30pm
Piano Bar Hours: Open nightly until Close
Fri & Sat Open until Midnight ( 12am )


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From the 5 Freeway

Take the I-5 freeway to Lomas Santa Fe Exit at Solana Beach. Head East. After one mile, you will come to the first stop sign. From this point, the road begins to wind and curve, continue going another four miles to the second stop sign. Go through this intersection and we are the first building on the right, in the Country Squire Courtyard. (Lomas Santa Fe turns into Paseo Delicias).

From 15 Freeway

Exit Via Rancho Parkway. Head West. Follow this road for about three miles to the end. Turn left onto Del Dios Highway and follow for twelve miles. You will come to a four way stop, keep going straight another four blocks into the village. Mille Fleurs is on the left in the Country Squire Courtyard. (Del Dios Highway turns into Paseo Delicias).

From Encinitas

Travel east on Encinitas Blvd. Once you pass the Harvest Ranch Market, just beyond the intersection of Rancho Santa Fe Road and Encinitas Blvd, you will travel over a small bridge and will come to a stop sign, turn right. Follow this winding road until you come to the second stop sign. Turn right onto Avienda De Acacias. Go two blocks and turn left onto Paseo Delicias. Mille Fleurs is on the right in the Country Squire Courtyard.


The Elusive White Asparagus

Every spring, white asparagus makes a brief appearance, and if you blink you might miss it. Now, you’re probably asking yourself, why is white asparagus so hard to find? It’s because there’s a demand for it and chefs consider it a rare spring delicacy.

The reason for white asparagus being white is the way it is grown. The asparagus is covered in a thick layer of sandy dirt as they grow so that no sunlight reaches it. The lack of exposure to sunlight robs their chance of turning green. The process, termed etiolation, creates pale white asparagus spears that have a more delicate flavor than their green cousins, takes longer to cook and costs 3-4 times more, making it a great dinner conversation.

At Mille Fleurs we will be serving this rare vegetable in a variety of ways including our Fresh White Asparagus in orange blossom honey vinaigrette, soft poached quail egg and San Daniele prosciutto, our White Asparagus Soup with Nasturtium cream, chervil and cinnamon croutons and a Trilogy of White Asparagus that is pan fried in bread crumbs, poached in vinaigrette and asparagus velouté.