An apéritif is the start of something. Its job is to stimulate the appetite and open the evening. After all, the word aperitif is derived from the Latin word ‘aperire’ which means to open.
The Parisian author, Paul Morand, famously said: “the apéritif is the evening prayer of the French”, and in our opinion, it’d be rude not to take part in this ritualistic pre-dinner drink.
‘Apéro’, as the locals would call it, is meant to tease the mouth before an evening of great food and good company. What better way to do abide by this French tradition than by joining us every day from 3pm – 7pm for a bottle of wine and enjoy a delicious sharing tart on us.
Learn the art of the apéritif.
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