Pinot Provence

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4.8 rating over 3 reviews

714-444-5900

686 Anton Blvd ( )

Costa Mesa, CA 92626

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Description: Pinot Provence is a French, Mediterranean, and Southern restaurant where most Menuism users came for fun with friends and paid between $25 and $50.
Tags: French, Mediterranean, OpenTable, Reservations, Good for groups, BYOB, Southern, European, Bistro, and Delivery
Stats:
  • 9 dishes entered by diners at Pinot Provence
Tips:
  • Valet parking is just $3, or use the South Coast Plaza lot across the street for free.
  • The wine list is predominantly French and California selections, with around a dozen wines by the glass.
  • Diners can leave their cars while catching a show at the nearby Performing Arts Center or South Coast Repertory.
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From OpenTable: 

Escape to the sun-soaked borders of southern France at Pinot Provence. Our executive chef creates sophisticated French and Mediterranean dishes with a contemporary twist, along with a changing selection of globally inspired dishes. The extensive wine list features a variety of French and California wines, as well as a growing selection from the new worlds of wine. With a romantic Provencal atmosphere, patios and intimate dining rooms, Pinot Provence is an elegant getaway for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.

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Pinot Provence

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Cassoulets & Frog Legs at Pinot Provence in Costa Mesa, CA

Chef Alfonso Ramirez’s creativity turns into the “wow effect” for patrons who dine at Pinot Provence in Costa Mesa, CA. Using French techniques and seasonal ingredients, Chef Alfonso turns out dishes that even impressed my friend from Paris. He has a passion for French provincial cooking using high quality ingredients to make the “rustic flavor” that makes you crave even more.

Dishes I tried:

Spring Snap Pea Salad

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Spring Snap Pea Salad is topped with pea tendrils, la quercia prosciutto, burrata cheese, and drizzled elderflower vinaigrette. The sweet vinaigrette balanced out the spicy notes from some of the spring greens. Burrata was creamy and paired well with the smoky, salty prosciutto. Thumbs up, way up!

Buffalo Style Frog Legs

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Buffalo Style Frog Legs tossed in a beurre-blanc sriracha sauce and served with Roquefort dressing, celery sticks and breakfast radish. Fantastic spin on an American classic! The sriracha gave it great flavor and heat without the pain while not being too vinegary. The pickled onions gave it a slight sweetness. Thumbs up!

Sautéed Frog Legs

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Sautéed Frog Legs are served with forest mushroom, black garlic puree, and Dijon jus. Fantastique! The frog legs were perfectly sautéed. The mushroom and garlic flavors really brought out the natural sweetness of the meat. Thumbs up, way up!

Duck Confit Cassoulet

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Duck Confit Cassoulet contained tarbais beans, duck leg confit, braised pork belly, and duck jus. French comfort food to the max! The duck was tender with caramelized skin. The braised pork belly was tender with a crispy outside. The beans seemed a little sweet, but balanced out with the saltiness of the pork belly. Thumbs up!

Australian Lamb Cassoulet

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Australian Lamb Cassoulet contained cannellini beans, braised lamb shoulder, mustard greens, date puree, and lamb jus. The lamb was tender at medium rare, but I would have preferred rare; tasty nonetheless. The flavors worked well with the beans. Thumbs up, way up!

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Pinot Provence

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April 13, 2013

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Prawns are spot prawns (local shrimp from the Pacific Ocean), Yukon potatoes, uni (sea urchin), Osetra Caviar, and pistachio vinaigrette. This is an artful blend of flavors, very light and awesome. The prawns were cooked to a soft…

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Pinot Provence is located near the cities of Newport Beach, Lido Isle, Central Coast, Huntington, and Corona Del Mar.
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