[ Galettes ] – Galettes is a term used in French cuisine to designate various types of flat round or freeform crusty cakes, or, in the case of a Breton galettes, a pancake made with buckwheat flour (GF) usually with a savoury filling.
Homemade Vegan French "Foie Gras", Caramelised onions, Grilled Cashews and Rucola
" La Complete" Emmental cheese, fresh tomato and organic egg, with the choice to add Ham.
The Balinese Secret
Jackfruit Betutu (Marinated jackfruit cooked in Balinese spices), served with Traditional Sambal Matah
Goat cheese, Organic buckwheat honey, Rucola and fresh tomatoes.
Blue Cheese, dried Figs, Baby Spinach, Cream and Walnuts.
Vegan Bolognese, Tomatoes, Jicama and Rucola, With a choice of Parmesan or "raw" Mesan
Fresh smoked Salmon, Baby spinach, Dill, Cream, Lemon and Spring Onions.
Sauteed Mushrooms, Caramelised Onions, Tomatoes, balinese vegetables, Nut Cheese and Sunflower Seeds.
What or who are the names of our Delicious Galettes?
One of the most fascinating figures in Celtic literature and Arthurian Legend. Additionally, He was King Arthur’s Mage; wizard, prophet, bard, advisor and tutor. Furthermore, He appeared as an elderly man with snow white hair and knowing eyes as pure and clear as a child’s. Above all, Under his guidance, Arthur obtained the magical sword Excalibur from the Lady of the Lake.
Once upon a time England was Kingless, the druid Merlin declared that the new king would be whoever could pull a sword out of the stone in which it was embedded and King Arthur succeeded. Furthermore, He built a strong castle called Camelot, and married the beautiful Queen Guinevere, who provided him with a Round Table. Around this table gathered the Knights of the Round Table who carried out acts of chivalry; rescuing damsels in distress, and fighting against strange beasts. Similarly, They also embarked on a quest for the Holy Grail; a lost treasure they believed would give eternal life.
One of the Knights of the Round Table, known as as The White Knight. In Addition, after the death of his father, he was raised by the Lady of the Lake; therefore, he was also called Lancelot du Lac. In conclusion, he became the lover of Arthur’s queen, Guinevere, and the Father of the pure knight Galahad.
Morgan (Le Fay)
The half-sister of King Arthur, she was known as a sorceress, enchantress, shape changer as well as a sea goddess and healer. In addition, She plotted the death of King Arthur, kidnapping him and substituting a fake powerful sword called Excalibur. No to mention, She told him that to free himself he had to fight her lover, Accolon who wielded the real Excalibur. Furthermore, The Lady of the Lake, who loved Arthur, casted a spell on Accolon so that King Arthur could recover it and slay him.
One of the Knights of the Round Table who was raised by his widowed mother deep in the forest, he lacked all the qualities expected in a knight. He had never seen a sword, or even a horse. Yet his innocence allowed him to succeed in the quest to find the Holy Grail, a treasure that gave him eternal life.
A Welsh deity who is the manifestation of the Gaulish horse god, Epona, and the Irish war Goddess, Macha. She was accused of killing her infant son. As punishment, she was forced to carry people on her back like a horse.