La Brasserie recently re-launched their popular weekend brunch service, I had a taste of some of their notable dishes.
The Chicken Mornay Crepes and the potatoes with their homemade ketchup were delicious pairing perfectly with a glass of fresh orange juice.
Brunch runs Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The menu will offer a similar selection as in the past, with a few adjustments to each dish. Inspired by its Franco-German roots, many of La Brasserie’s brunch items are unique. Another popular choice, although less traditional, is the Brasserie burger which includes ground hanger steak, white cheddar, bacon, crispy onions, truffled aioli and a side of frites. Enhance any of these options by adding an orange or grapefruit mimosa or a Brasserie Caesar.
Located in the heart of the West End, La Brasserie is a relaxed 35-seat restaurant that serves authentic Franco-German cuisine. Using high quality, locally sourced ingredients, all of the dishes served at La Brasserie are made to order.
La Brasserie is located at 1091 Davie Street (Westend) in Vancouver, find them on twitter @La_Brasserie
By: Richard Wolak