Quiche: classic French cuisine for every taste
Quiche is perhaps the most popular type of savory French tart, consisting of eggs, cream, and almost literally anything else you want. The mixture is poured into a freshly-made pastry shell and baked into a firm, silky custard that is delicious eaten hot or cold. A thick slice of Maison Parisienne’s classic French quiche is an ideal choice for brunch, lunch, or supper (or all three!)
Maison Parisienne’s quiches begin with a tender, buttery crust that gives a good crunch when you bite into it. A trustworthy crust is important to prevent the custard filling from leaking out during baking. Then we add fresh ingredients to make each of our types of classic French quiches:
Quiche Lorraine is a classic French dish made with heavy cream, eggs and bacon. Its popularity on the menu of every French café and brasserie is well-deserved, although Maison Parisienne’s is the best you will find (outside of Paris, of course).
Discover a great vegetables Quiche!
Quiche végétarienne typically includes pepper, olive oil, red peppers, carrots, green beans, peas, cumin powder. It’s a rich, delicious way to eat your vegetables!
Both types of quiche are especially wonderful when paired with a simple salad. Enjoy a wedge of delicious French quiche with a cup of artisan coffee in Maison Parisienne’s relaxing, authentic French atmosphere. You can also pack a slice or two of quiche for your next picnic by the lake, or bring an entire quiche to share with your friends at your favorite outdoor Chicago music festival. Don’t forget to include a bottle of wine!