Monday, February 25, 2013

Peanches, a good experience

Peterman, the chef-owner of the new Peanches Food & Wine on 39th Street.(it's named for his late mother's pet pronunciation of peaches), is a dinner only bistro. The restaurant is located in a strip center, far from the 39th Street block restaurants, its window are painted in black to be rendered almost invisible.

Peanches is all about regional cuisine, employing ingredients from our area and wines. Pete puts his own creative spin on each dish, making them unique. The concept is a prix fixe menu: the menu offers a four-course meal ($32) with three optional supplements. Wine pairings are also available $16 a person for the four-course option.  All are prepared with Missouri ingredients, and Peterman has made several pairings with Missouri wines.

The Lobster Vialone Nano Risotto was succulent!

Bistrot filet, beef neck, polenta & sprouts

Strawberries and puff
Everything is "raffinée" - his sauce, purees and sides unfailingly added to the thrills. A diner would be a fool not to take advantage of this experience. It's really worth it.

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