Chef Daniel Boulud (of the New York and Miami restaurant scene) is taking his culinary stylings north to Boston with the opening of Bar Boulud in the Mandarin Oriental, Boston.
The French-inspired bistro and wine bar is Chef Boulud's first restaurant in Boston, and second partnership with the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. (The first is in London at Mandarin Oriental, Hyde Park).
Chef Aaron Chambers, most recently Executive Chef at Boulud Sud in New York City, leads the daily culinary operations of Bar Boulud, Boston as Chef de Cuisine with a menu serving up traditional terrines and pates. Try the Pate Grand Mere (chicken, liver, pork cognac) or the Boudin Noir (blood sausage with mashed potatoes, apple and caramelized onions).
If it's heartier fare you're after, The Frenchie burger is topped with pork belly confit, arugula, Dijon, tomato compote and MOrbier cheese, while The Piggie has barbecued pulled pork, jalapeno mayo and red cabbage slaw.
For more information visit www.mandarinoriental.com.