You won’t find Tim Love’s rabbit-rattlesnake sausage on the menu for Le Bureau, a pop-up restaurant the Fort Worth chef has planned for Feb. 7-10. But you will find terrine la lapin en croûte.
That’s because Love is going French with Le Bureau, the latest in a sporadic series of pop-up restaurants that he began a couple of years ago with Ufficio, an Italian pop-up, at his Fort Worth Test Kitchen at 713 N. Main St.
Love is known for the “urban Western” cuisine at his Fort Worth restaurants Lonesome Dove Western Bistro and Woodshed Smokehouse and Denton’s Queenie’s Steakhouse, but at his pop-ups he branches out and really shows his eclectic side, having done a Spanish dinner as well as the Italian and upcoming French ones.
The five-course meal will include choices such as the aforementioned terrine (rabbit terrine en en croute); ravioli au langoustine et truffe noire, bouillon au Parmesan (langoustine and black truffle ravioli with Parmesan broth); and — we’ll stop with the French for now — roasted squab roulade with duck sausage, and other choices.
The dessert-course options: apple-cheddar galette; blackberry clafoutis with vanilla-thyme ice cream; or chocolate-caramel truffles.
Reservations are available for seatings from 6 through 9 p.m. Feb. 7-10. Cost is $105 per person plus tax and tip, and includes champagne, two glasses of wine, aperitif and post-meal coffee. Cocktails and other wine are available for an additional price. Tickets are non-refundable. Call 817-624-9712 for reservations.