It is one of a chain of nineteen countrywide and it is situated on Bridge Street, not far from Jesus Green. The brasserie offers a variety of menus chosen from a rustic part of the French cuisine.
The atmosphere in the establishment is very quaint and classy and the service is very good and professional.Â It has a light and airy feel and is a perfect place to experience the world-famous French kitchen. The menu is diverse, including a breakfast menu, a menu Ã la carte, a dessert menu and they also offer weekend specials on Saturday and Sunday with a main course for only Â£9.95.Â All the food is very affordable, keeping an average bill for a two-course dinner at around Â£25 â€“ Â£35 (depending on drink). The restaurant is busy at weekends and I recommend to book a table, but there is usually no problem to find a place for breakfast or lunch.
The location in Cambridge makes it an ideal place to go for a brunch on a Saturday or a lunch for those who like to participate in outdoor sports activities on a weekend, such as rowing, as the Brasserie is situated very close to the river.
I personally used to dine there many times on a weekend and always experienced very professional service and enjoyed the great continental atmosphere. The staff have always been very friendly and I was amazed by the French charm of the restaurant.
My personal recommendations are:
From the breakfast menu:
Oeufs BrouillÃ©s: Scrambled free range eggs on toasted brioche â€“ Â£4.50
Oeufs BÃ©nÃ©dictines Royales: Two poached free range eggs on toasted brioche with smoked salmon and Hollandaise sauce â€“ Â£6.95
From the Ã la carte menu:
Demi Poulet: Half a chargrilled chicken sprinkled with herbs and your choice of sauce: honey and mustard, garlic butter or mushroom and red wine â€“ Â£12.95
Filet de Loup: Pan-fried sea bass with ProvenÃ§al potatoes, braised fennel and a roasted tomato oil â€“ Â£13.95
Confit de Canard: â€˜Maison Lafitteâ€™ duck leg confit served on sautÃ©ed potatoes with slices of onions, bacon lardons and wilted spinach in a red wine jus â€“ Â£13.95
27-28 Bridge Street,
Monday – Saturday : 9am to 11pm
Sunday : 9am to 10.30pm
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