Oktoberfest is "German Specialty Month" at Mille Fleurs

September 24, 2012

This October, Chef De Cuisine Martin Woesle takes restaurant patrons to his homeland of Germany with Mille Fleurs’ month-long Oktoberfest celebrations. Throughout October, Mille Fleurs will host “German Specialty Month” and will offer traditional German cuisine, as created by Woesle and his traditionally German approach.

Dishes will include 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 more.

In addition to the above selection, which is expected to change daily, Mille Fleurs will also have regional wine pairings and unique beers to highlight the German palate and welcome the Autumn season.

Chef Martin Woesle
Born and raised in Southern Germany, Woesle’s first cooking experiences were spending time with his mother in their German family kitchen. He brings these early experiences to Mille Fleurs for the restaurant’s upscale version of Oktoberfest.

The Chef de Cuisine at Mille Fleurs since 1985, Chef Martin Woesle graduated first in his class and worked at the renowned Ma Maison restaurant in North Hollywood before joining Mille Fleurs. Chef Woesle, described by the New York Times as a “classicist with a contemporary style,” has also been named one of the “Great Regional Chefs in America” by the James Beard Foundation.

Mille Fleurs is located at 6009 Paseo Delicias in Rancho Santa Fe.  Reservations are highly recommended and can be made by calling 858-756-3085.  For more information, visit www.millefleurs.com or connect on Facebook or on Twitter.
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