Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Never eat anything that you can't pronounce ...

This week's review for @leoweekly and takes us to  Louis Le Francais, a comfortable, welcoming taste of Provence in New Albany, Ind.
Ratatouille at Louis le Francais.
LEO photo by Frankie Steele.
Learn your French tastefully at Louis Le Francais 
All right, boys and girls, it's time for our French lesson! First, let's review: "Bonjour" ... "Merci!" ... "S'il vous plaît" ... "Je voudrais un verre de vin rouge." Very good!
Now, let's learn two important food words. Repeat after me:
"Cassoulet." Draw it out, warm and rich, just like the hearty dish itself, "Cahs-soo-lay."
Good! Now take care, this next word doesn't sound quite like it looks:
"Ratatouille." Someone bought it too many consonants. Drop a few to get "Rat-ah-TWEE," and wait eagerly for it to come to the table.
Got 'em? Now take your new words to a good French restaurant for a memorable dining experience. I suggest giving them a try at Louis Le Français, a fine, friendly French restaurant with a warm accent of France's Mediterranean South. Opened in 2012, it has become a landmark in downtown New Albany's growing restaurant cluster.
Read my full review on LouisvilleHotBytes, or click to it in this week's LEO Weekly.