Monday, June 30, 2014

LAUNCH | MoRoCo Chocolat welcomes Chef Eyal Liebman & exciting new menu

MoRoCo Chocolat is known as a popular dessert boutique that specialized in chocolates, located in Yorkville.  I've been there a number of times for their amazing French macarons, high tea or chocolates - oh, I also had brunch there once but it wasn't memorable. When we were invited for a relaunch of their dining menu by their new chef, Eyal Liebman (founder of L is for...) we were intrigued as to he will elevate the dining experience to this dessert focused boutique!


If you haven't been to this whimsical space you must! The outdoor dining as well as the inside is decorated with beautiful and playful furniture and interior pieces.  Their chocolate boutique offers customer favourites such as hand made french macarons, chocolates, truffles, and more. You can custom order macaron towers as well!

French trained Pâtissier, Chef Eyal Liebman create visually appealing plates with primary focus on the flavour and texture. Although he the presentation and the skills of his desserts show innovation, he strives to preserve the fundamentals of Classic French cuisine. With him leading the MoRoCo Chocolat cuisine, you can expect deliciously creative menu items that will stimulate your senses.

Here's a recap of the new menu we sampled at Bubbles & Bites:

Olives, Pickles & Spread ($12.00) served with house baked bread and a daily house-made spread

Cheese Platter ($16.00) - a selection of three fine cheeses chosen by Chef Eyal served with truffle honey and Pommery mustard  

 
Charcuterie ($16.00) - house-made terrine of the moment, artisan sausage & dry cured meats served with crostini & Pommery mustard

Steak Tartare ($16.00) -  Chef's traditional hand-cut tenderloin of locally-sourced meats served with greens and crostini

Goat Cheese Salad ($15.00) - goat cheese & shallot mousse, beets, chocolate covered walnuts, lavender & honey vinaigrette


 
Salad Caprice de Reine ($13.00) - celeriac remoulade, apple, endive, arugula, Valrhona blond chocolate & walnut oil

Salmon Grav-lax ($15.00) - in-house gin cured local wild salmon served with Moroccan spiced fingerling potato salad & greens

Salad Nicoise ($29.00) - greens, fingerling potato, haricots verts, nicoise olives, anchovies with Japanese style pan seared local wild salmon


Moroco Chocolat Wellington ($36.00) -  locally sourced beef loin wrapped in chocolate crepe & housemade puff pastry with sauce poivrade & sautéed wild mushrooms

Napoleon A Ma Facon ($12.00) -  lemon mousse and mixed berries layered between orange tuilles 'Jules Verne' & raspberry mini macaron

Le Soufflee Glacee ($13.00) - frozen chocolate mousse, chocolate cake & chocolate bourbon sauce

Eyal's Cheesecake ($14.00) - graham cracker crust and cream cheese mousse & chocolate bowl of cherry sauced berries

S'More's Love ($14.00) - pure Caribbean chocolate lava cake, caramel sauce, graham cracker crumble, housemade Tahitian vanilla ice cream & vanilla marshmallow

Work of Passion ($13.00) - passion fruit cremeux, chocolate streusel, cassis sorbet & blueberry jam

Now, for the DIY S'Mores station, which was one of the highlights of the evening.
Next time you visit MoRoCo Chocolat, a table of 2-3 will be able to order S'Mores & enjoyed it torched at your own table! Price? $22.00



  


Not only is the new menu offering perfect for brunch, lunch and dinner, but Chef Eyal is offering a special six-course custom chef experience for private parties.  Next time you're hosting an event, you may want to head to one of three beautiful spaces within MoRoCo Chocolat.

-This meal was complimentary but opinions are our own-

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