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Zagat Presents' 'French Farming' at RH

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As part of Zagat Presents, RH at the Andaz Hotel offered "French Farming", a four course prix fixe dinner last Tuesday night. Executive chef Sebastien Archambault took advantage of the best products available from local farmers to create dishes featuring the flavors of southwest France. LAist was invited to the swoon-worthy dinner, which included truffles, foie gras, duck confit and fine wine pairings.

One of us went off the set menu, trying a foie gras terrine and the memorable beef cheeks we had sampled at a recent event. A trio of Cowgirl Creamery cheeses was a delightful third course. To learn your cheeses, check out their library of cheese.. Thanks to Zagat and RH, it was a night to remember. According to Zagat,

Zagat presents is a program we started in 2008 in New York, and expanded to San Francisco and Los Angeles in early 2009. Zagat Presents brings exclusive dining events to members including tastings, special menus, restaurant previews and more.

Other recent Zagat Presents events in Los Angeles have included "A Lesson in Latin Tastes" at Rivera and "What I Did on My Summer Vacation" at Wilshire, which reflected the chef's recent trips to Asia.
Watch for future events on their website and Facebook, or even better, become a member of and receive updates via email.