Wednesday, 16 September 2015

Restaurant Review: Brasserie Blanc

You may have seen Brasserie Blanc featured on the blog back in February on a feature about a day out with my mum and it definitely deserves to feature again as its one of my favourites with beautiful interior and Al Fresco dining options available when the weather is good. There are a few Brasserie Blanc’s, I ventured down to the one on Charlotte Street which is a vibrant area especially after work with a sea of suits and Jimmy Choo’s filling the bars and restaurants.

Tipple of Choice
Vidal Sauvignon Blanc, a lovely New Zealand tipple

Starters
Sourdough bread with unsalted butter, which goes perfect with a splash if olive oil.

Warm Squid & Chorizo Salad with chicory and an orange dressing.

Goats Cheese Parcel Tomato Chutney from the specials board.

Main Course
Slow cooked Lamb Shoulder and Roast Vegetables.

Fillet with pepper sauce, the char-grilled steaks are 39-day, dry-aged with french fries of course.

Sides
Green Beans
Dauphinoise potatoes

Dessert
Baked Alaska for two - the pictures here do not do this dessert justice, it was huge and flambéed in Cointreau right before your eyes.

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