Chaumette chef Adam Lambay prepares lunch in the barn’s outdoor kitchen.

Chaumette chef Adam Lambay 

In response to popular demand for the Grapevine Grill Restaurant's featured Indian dishes, Chaumette is now opening Lambay's India at Chaumette in the Ste. Genevieve winery’s Barrel Room on Saturday evenings in February and March. Dinners go from 5 to 8:30pm.

Dinner at the new “pop-up" restaurant will feature a choice of three curries from a selection of 16 vegetarian and meat options, served with white basmati rice, crispy samosas, breads and chutney for $20 per guest.

Lambay's at Chaumette will offer such Indian curries as Chicken Tikka Masala, Goat Rogan Josh (using Heritage Farm goat), Goan Shrimp, the vegetarian curries Saag Paneer, Eggplant Pharta, Dhal Makini and Gobi Aloo. Curries can be ordered with optional spice levels of 1 to 5.

Executive Chef Adam Lambay, a first-generation Indian American and classically trained chef, will be on hand nightly to chat with guests in The Barrel Room, which will be outfitted with Indian decor, art and music. Chaumette’s award-winning wines will be served and wine-pairing suggestions will be offered.

Seating is limited due to the intimate space, so be sure to call for reservations at 573.747.1000. Chaumette's Grapevine Grill Restaurant remains open year round during regular business hours.

Chaumette Vineyards & Winery, 24345 State Route WW, Ste. Genevieve, 573.747.1000, 


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