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Le Meridien is known largely for being a great banqueting venue. That said, La Brasserie does not disappoint when you are looking for a quick business lunch or looking to catch up with a friend over a quality lunch in a nice ambience. While the buffets are an option, they have an interesting a la carte menu that you can go through. Try the 'Loaded Potato with corn and roasted bell peppers'. It is the 'Tomato Coulis' on the side which is really good. The 'Jalapeno Cheese Poppers' are coated with potato and cheddar and is a quite a treat. The Shrimp cocktails come prettily decked in a glass and are nice. If you are looking for complete meals at one go – the 'Pork Chops' with stewed apples and prunes is a good option. They sure do know how to do a medium rare and so the 'Fillet Steak' would be another great way to go. And you can opt for the best of both worlds with the 'Surf and Turf'. Health conscious eaters will be happy to find low-calorie options such as the 'Three Bean Vegetable Soup'; 'Beetroot and Dill Salad', and the 'Grilled Salmon with Wilted Greens'. There are several choices on the Indian menu as well – the 'Jhinga Masala' and the 'Nalli K Salan' would be my picks. And from the Chinese fare, the 'Cantonese Lemon Chicken' has my vote. All the classic desserts are available – from the 'New York Cheesecake', 'Gajar Ka Halwa' and that 'Tarte Tartin' are good bets.
We went for their Sunday Brunch, which wasn't that good, especially given that this was Le Meridian.
La Brassserie located in a central location is a restaurant that would easily cater to the taste buds of young and old generation whether vegetarian or otherwise
We liked the buffet dinner. Very good spread and varieties to choose from. Worth the cost. Starters, appam and deserts.
The spread available is fabulous.the staff are graceful and courteous and make you feel at home.Pamper your taste buds here
Fantastic service, food and fresh assortments. If you are not happy with any items in the buffet just ask for it and they will get you afresh plate
A good ambience can make or break the restaurant and in case of ‘La Brasserie’, it sings. The all day dining restaurant is the pride and joy of Le Meridien Hotel at Sankey Road, Bengaluru and enjoys a steady flow of regulars coming from the upper crust of the society. Over the years La Brasserie has accomplished to gain popularity with the food community with its strong performance and repeating success. If you are searching for an establishment with great service and fantastic ambience then this is the place for you. The opulent décor of the restaurant will act as a perfect backdrop for important business discussions and power lunches. If there is a birthday or anniversary coming up in the family which deserves to be lavishly celebrated then book a table with La Brasserie. Décor is sophisticated boasting of stunning wrought iron canopy that takes over the room. High ceiling and generously decorated space lends the room an elegant appeal.
Being part of a prominent five star property ensures some advantages. One of them being flawless service. At La Brasserie they take care of their patrons very well. With a friendly and polite attitude they elevate your dining experience with them. The versatile clientele deserves a multi-dimensional menu so they offer various cuisines under one roof. You will have choices between Indian, European, Asian, American, Italian and Regional cuisines. Start with murgh badami goli shorba, Caribbean chicken salad, crispy onion straw rings, vegetable creole burger, breaded prawns, cheese chilli toast, fish fingers, jalapeno cheese poppers, mushroom salad with grated parmesan, stuffed breaded mushrooms with plum chilli salsa, the club sandwich, dragon rolls, chicken satay, yaki tori, assorted potato crisps and cocktail vegetable samosas with yogurt mint sauce. To drink order a tall glass of iced tea, fruit punch, shakes or coffee.
Follow the scrumptious spread of appetizers with equally tempting mains. The numerous cuisine will let you a wide free choice between regional and international cuisine. Try out a rava dosa, thai yellow curry, pizza with tangy chicken tikka, slice beef with choice of sauce, lobster thermidor, sambakhara, Turkish vegetable brochettes, andhara khozi biryani, mutton pepper fry, keerai poondu masiyal, palak mutter shorba, pan seared herbed chicken breast Caribbean style, mandarin fish, tiger prawns tossed with garlic and virgin olive oil and king prawns cooked in oyster sauce. Finish off with apple pie or darsaan. La Brasserie is a pricey place so plan accordingly.