Good morning! I don’t have much to say this morning, so let’s just hop right into the review! That’s what you’re here for, right?

I went to Brasserie a few weeks ago for a delicious brunch. Brasserie is owned by the same people behind Niche and Taste Bar. While I haven’t visited Niche (yet), it gets rave reviews, and Taste Bar is one of my favorite restaurants ever. I promise I’ll review it soon.

But today – Brasserie! It’s located in the Central West End neighborhood of St. Louis.

While I looked over the menu, I ordered a St. Germaine cocktail. I don’t remember exactly what was in it, but it tasted very grapefruit-y.


I loved it.

Now it’s time for food! I was super hungry, so I started with eggs benedict.



Can you believe I’ve never had eggs benedict before? Poached eggs were topped with dijon hollandaise and served on top of toasted brioche. It came with a side of breakfast potatoes.

This. Was. AMAZING. I loved the creaminess of the hollandaise, and since the bread was toasted, it didn’t get soggy. The eggs were cooked to perfection. The flavors were fantastic. The breakfast potatoes were also delicious – they were crispy on the outside, but had a hot, almost creamy middle. Fantastic.

I also ordered a grapefruit brulee and a side of bacon. I said I was hungry, right?





The grapefruit brulee was delicious. The crispy caramelized sugar topping was amazing. And holy bacon – that “side of bacon” could have been a meal in and of itself? You better believe I dominated that pile. Smile

Service at Brasserie was attentive and speedy. And prices were reasonable. For my drink, meal, and sides, I paid less than $20. That’s a winner in my book!

I highly recommend Brasserie for brunch. I will definitely be back soon; I hear they serve dinner as well. My stomach is growling just thinking about it!

See you next week!

  • Keri

    Never had their brunch but dinner is awesome!!

    • Anonymous

      Oooh, I’ll have to return to check out their dinner! Thanks for commenting and reading! 🙂

  • Kimmrenea

    I’m trembling looking at that grapefruit brulee! OMG! WHAT A GREAT IDEA! I’m going to try that at home soon! Lovely, lovely review…As always!

    • Anonymous

      Thanks Renea! I think I might try to recreate the grapefruit brulee at home as well! It was SO delicious. You would love it!

  • Kimrenea

    I’m eating the grapefruit “brulee” right now. It’s more like grapefruit with sugar on top since the sugar absorbed right into the grapefruit’s juice immediately. Torched it anyway knowing that it wouldn’t form a crush with that much liquid. I don’t know, freeze the halves first, then torch? Use a non-juicy grapefruit?

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