With exquisite cuisine served in an elegant and refined setting, The Brasserie befits an intimate tête-à-tête, weekend gourmet excursion or a light business dinner.
Though it be snails, the appetiser of escargot de Bourgogne is freshly prepared and served in a timely manner. Suggestions of its freshness is evident through the succulent and slightly crunchy exterior.
The 120-day Angus grain-fed ribeye does not disappoint as the luxurious cut is grilled touch perfect, giving it a succulent char on the sides whilst being moist and tender in the middle. A piquant side of béarnaise sauce and sprinkle of sea salt lends itself credibly to an already jewel of a dish.
Offering a differing palate is the saffron seafood stew with its rich salted juice from a fresh catch of prawns, mussels, clams and fish giving a wonderful burst of flavours.
Cap the culinary sojourn with the decadent chocolate molten tart. The mesmerising mound of molten chocolate is a wonderfully rich and sensual afterthought to the Angus.