-By Marryam H Reshii
La Brasserie offers trendy and stylish French cuisine for dinner in trendy and stylish environs. Complementing the French food are a selection of French and New World wines, which The Imperial is particularly good at show casing. The restaurant has impressive table linen from the House of Porthault; specially-designed crockery, candles, glassware... each complementing the food. The original brainchild of Chef Bruno Cerdan and taken to far greater heights by Chef Pierre Burgade, it's an unusual dining concept. Guests can choose to go a la carte or decide on a degustation menu. I would particularly recommend the Pan-Seared Duck Foie Gras, the Stone Crab Charlotte, the Pan-Fried Halibut, the Pistachio-Crusted New Zealand Lamb Rack and the Lobster Cretinette. The all-French menu includes a mean Banana Caramel Ice-cream, a Bitter Chocolate Mecquit and a Chocolate Gateaux.
Review posted within last 6 month
make ur way to La Brasserie, you certainly will not get disappointed
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: Pan-Seared Duck Foie Gras, the Stone Crab Charlotte, the Pan-Fried Halibut, the Pistachio-Crusted New Zealand Lamb Rack
Review posted more than 6 month ago
La Brasserie is a restaurant serving French cuisine including French as well as New World wines. The interior of this restaurant is tastefully made with all exclusive decorations as well as crockery.
The Pan-seared Duck Foie Gras is particularly very impressive here. Also Lobster Cretinette, Pan-Fried Halibut, Pistachio-Crusted New Zealand Lamb Rack are other crowd pullers of La Brasserie.
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