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Philippe Valet brings you the culinary and cultural experiences of his two homes: Normandy and Paris. A provincial produce in a modern Parisian setting.
For Philippe, the brasserie tradition goes back generations. Philippe’s grandfather operated the famous "Brasserie Carrère " in Paris. Inspired by his heritage, Philippe is always on hand to welcome you to La Brasserie.
Our professional team is dedicated to providing a friendly dining experience for you and your guests. From a casual Kir Royale and Saucisson, to the full array of cuisine and fine wines, La Brasserie is the perfect destination. Drink or dine, you are always "bienvenue".
4.3 based on 3 reviews
It's very French. The menu, the wine list, the waiters (then again aren't they everywhere?), even the mineral water. This fits really well though. The snails I had for entree were the best I've had thus far and the rabbit didn't disappoint either. The wine selected for us by the waiter also worked out and for a French wine was quite affordable. Also, you can smoke outside, completing the overall French experience!
I went with my date to the restaurant in early December. There was a nice feel to the restaurant, and it was not hard to convince myself that that food was going to be authentically French. The Service was courteous, however, a bus full of diners arrived just after we did so a slight delay was there before the waiter took our orders. They say the first impression of a restaurant's food is in the bread. The bread was warm (a good sign), crunchy on the outside, and soft on the inside. However, I get the feel that it was pre-frozen and reheated rather than baked fresh on the night. The butter of ice cold and was difficult to spread, however. Shame. The Entree I had was the snails. It was very classically done and reminds me of my time in Paris. Nice Dish. The Main I had was the Tournedos Rossini, done medium-rare. It was cooked perfectly, and the flavour was wonderful. Great dish. For dessert, I had the Chocolate Fondant. It was a bit sloppily presented as the cream was dripping off the top. However, it was very chocolaty and perhaps a little too water in the middle. Overall, I'd give the restaurant a 3.5 star. It was a nice experience. If only some details of my dining experience can be adjusted, it'll easily become a 4 star + establishment.
Pubs and Clubs welcomes La Brasserie in Darlinghurst NSW 2010, we provide a friendly relaxing restaurant and bar. La Brasserie is a great place to unwind with a cold drink, an ideal place to watch and forget about the hustle and bustle while you enjoy a freshly brewed coffee or a snack from our affordable specials menu.
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