The restaurant is opened by Michael and Stephen Wiese to showcase the best comfort food both French and German. There is nothing more comforting than indulging on a “dirty” meal in a cozy setting, libations/caffeine and friends. First off, let’s start off with the kicker – coffee. $3 for a freshly brewed pot of French press coffee in Bodum equipment. Roasted dark without the sourness.
Breakfast Cassoulet: White navy beans, chorizo, saffron cream, fried eggs
Brasserie Burger: Aged white cheddar, bacon, loads of crispy onion, truffle aioli, frites… It is impossible to have my mouth open so wide to have a bite! It is near impossible to cut! It is also bigger than my head! But it is Damn. Good! BTW cooked to medium rare.
Quiche du Jour: Egg Pies. Pies made of custard in a dense perfection.
Buck a Shuck: Nothing can go wrong with Fresh Oysters. Slurping does the body good.
We plan to return for dinner. We hear their Suckling Pig and Onglet & Frites are amazing… mmm. Even the Sauteed Kale side dishes sounds pretty enticing! Let’s have a party! Anyone?
La Brasserie Restaurant Vancouver
Cuisine: French, German, Seafood, Brunch
SUNDAY–THURSDAY 5:00 PM TO 10:30 PM,
FRIDAY–SATURDAY 5:00 PM TO 11:30 PM,
BRUNCH SAT & SUN 11 AM TO 3 PM
1091 Davie Street Vancouver, BC V6E 4L2