Brand New Brasserie The French Window Is Set to Open 25th September
Expect an all new The French Window opening this September where diners will find everything a Parisian brasserie has to offer: delicious meals, warm service and a lively ambience. The re-opening lets diners in on the authentic French Brasserie experience where hearty servings of authentic French dishes can be enjoyed in a casual, informal setting.
Newly remodelled, the new The French Window is also where diners will find a raw seafood bar, a?wine bar and an extensive entr?e menu filled with contemporary Brasserie classics. Diners will find themselves surrounded by minimalist d?cor inspired by art deco elements, and a wall filled with black and white photos in dark picture frames which add a touch of old Paris to the restaurant.
?A brasserie is where one can just pop in, fill up and go, all the while feeling well taken care of,? shared Chef Bonnier. Brasserie means ‘brewery’ in French and in the past is where beer and local dishes were served.
The raw seafood bar will feature crabs, prawns, clams, sea whelks and oysters ? all flown in fresh from France. The many Brasserie classics on offer will include Cuisses de grenouille saut?es ? la persillade (Frog legs saut?ed in garlic and parsley butter), Torchon de foie gras de canard et son pain d’?pices (Poached duck torchon with gingerbread), Les moules marini?res et leurs frites?maison (White wine steamed mussels with homemade French fries). A wide selection of wines sourced directly from France and across Europe. Beer by the pint or by the bottle will also be?available.