Today’s post comes courtesy of one of my fave tapas joints in Orange County Juliette Kitchen and Wine Bar (previously reviewed HERE).

  This time I was able to sample a plethora of dishes having visited with my posse instead of just le bf. A bit of Euro/Asian influence marries flavors in Juliette’s menu of rustic, earthy ingredients like their grilled pork belly salad with pickled shallots in a red wine vinaigrette and grilled octopus with persimmon and celery root.

Juliette Kitchen and Bar

1000 Bristol St. N Ste. 11 | Newport Beach, CA 92660 | (949) 752-5854
Roasted gold beets, goat cheese creme fraiche, sorrel, dried apples, aged sherry vinaigrette, prosciutto, pistachio powder
Assorted charcuterie: creminelli wild boar salame, la quercia prosciutto americano, creminelli calabrese salame
Gnocchi, duck confit, tomato, squash blossoms, micro arugula, thyme oil, pecorino
Roasted duck breast, farro, squash blossoms, baby zucchini, castelvetrano olives
P.e.i. mussels, sweet onion, chorizo, herbs, harissa butter
Roasted thai snapper, baby leeks, baby squash, turnips, chorizo broth, parsley
Kurobota pork shank, potato confit, baby heirloom tomatoes, pearl onions, leeks, pickled celery, smoked pork broth

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But the stars of Juliette’s dining menu would HAVE to be their selection of incredibly decadent desserts. We ordered one of each and sadly my ravenous dining companions devoured all 4 selections before I could even snap any pix! Boooooooo for sabotaged blog posts, yayyyyyyyy for yummy in my tummy! Seriously y’all, cardamom panna cotta with pear and sugar-plumped sultanas is now my last dying wish! Well, at least before year’s end 😀
 

Bon appétit mes amis!

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  1. HOLY! Those duck dishes and that pork shank look sooo good! I wish I could've been there to steal big bites from everything! that octopus also sounds sooo good! I really do enjoy fusion influenced dishes too!

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