By Mendoza standards the price of a 3-course lunch is on the high side ($70 USD with wine pairing), however, the food is simply excellent. You get to choose 1 starter, 1 main dish, and 1 dessert. Choices when we went were as follows:
Camembert Cheese Stuffed with Mascarpone and Walnuts;
Soup of the Day;
Caramelized Mushroom Salad;
Grill-Roasted Vegetables with Pine Nut Pesto;
Sweetbreads with Dijon Mustard;
Octopus with Crushed Potatoes and Sweet Paprika;
Southern King Crab Gratin.
Veal Fillet with Gnocchi and Malbec Sauce;
Kid Goat Pie;
Wild Boar Barbecue;
Rabbit with Mushroom Cream;
Tuna on Potato Mousseline and Balsamic Vinegar Reduction Sauce;
Prawn and Saffron Risotto;
Pil-Pil Black Hole;
Cabbage-Wrapped Grilled and Braised Chicken
Rum Baba with Seasonal Fruits;
Snow-like Egg Whites;
Baked Apples on Cinnamon Crumble;
Coffee Ice Cream Profiteroles;
Phyllo Pastry Crunch Pie Filled with Chevrotin Cheese and Nuts;
Chocolate Biscuit Covered in Black Ganache;
Dulce de Leche Inverted Volcano Cake
They started us off with an amuse-bouche of the most wonderful tomato soup, and I took the Southern King Crab Gratin, the Prawn and Saffron Risotto, and the Snow-like Egg Whites. All were done perfectly with excellent wine pairings, attentive service, all in a beautiful atmosphere.
It is a little pricey by Mendoza standards, but if you are looking for an extremely satisfying lunch during your tour of the wineries in the Lujan de Cuyo area, La Bourgogne is an excellent choice.
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