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Cafe Fleuri

250 Franklin St.
Boston, MA 02110

Cafe Fleuri restaurant information
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Café Fleuri serves Mediterranean cuisine in an elegant, airy and distinctly European atmosphere. The interior of this atrium restaurant, designed by noted Parisian architect Pierre Yves Rochon, features a picturesque trellis covering the main dining area that creates an intimate feel while affording views up to the soaring atrium ceiling. A show kitchen allows diners to glimpse the culinary creativity firsthand. An enduring hot spot for Boston’s power brokers, Café Fleuri was awarded “Best Power Breakfast” honors by Boston Magazine in 1999 and 2001. The restaurant also presents an award-winning Sunday Jazz Brunch Buffet, as well as a unique Chocolate Bar Buffet.

News and Events at Cafe Fleuri restaurant

Chocolate Trolley Tour Returns
Get a whole new – chocolaty – perspective on Boston with Old Town Trolley’s Boston Chocolate Tour.

Cafe Fleuri's Cuckoo for Cocoa
The wait is over, chocolate lovers - Cafe Fleuri at The Langham Hotel re-launches their elaborate Chocolate Bar buffet this week ...

Lobster Pop-Up at The Langham
Starting on Wednesday, May 21st, The Langham Hotel is launching a summer-long lobster pop-up on their newly christened terrace.


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1. noun A blend of ail (garlic) and oli (oil) in the parlance of the Provence region of southern France. Around here, we'd call it a garlic mayonnaise.
1. noun A soft, yeasty French bread enriched with butter and eggs.
1. noun Slow-cooked fruit in syrup.
1. noun A thick puree or sauce.
1. noun To dissolve the remaining bits of sautéed or roasted food in (a pan or pot) by adding a liquid and heating. The resultant mixture often becomes a base for a sauce to accompany the food cooked in the pan.
1. noun The mixture of two liquids that cannot normally combine smoothly (e.g., oil and water). Mayonnaise and hollandaise are two familiar emulsions.
1. noun A Spanish soup served chilled, originally a puree of cucumber, tomato, onion, bell pepper, celery, vinegar, breadcrumbs, olive oil and garlic.
1. noun French for juice, jus also refers to the unthickened juices from a piece of roasted meat.
1. noun A very flavorful cut of meat usually from beef or veal tail. Can be very tough so, often requires long, slow braising.
Panna cotta
1. noun Egg-less Italian custard.
1. noun Smoky, meaty wild mushrooms.
1. noun Tomato and meat sauce from Bologna.
1. noun A thin, crisp, French cookie.

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