Sunday, June 13, 2010

Brasserie Boheme by Gustavian with friend!

I would like to thank my friend, Laisa for this awesome day with her.. Really, it’s not about the movie or the food that I’m’s about our time together..yihee!cheezy!

Brasserie Boheme by The Gustavian is one of the fine dining restaurants located at Salcedo Village, Makati. This could be the place if you want to have just a casual date, meeting and for business purposes.. And Maybe it would be better if there’s music along that would complement the ambiance because the place seems steep and conversations were overlapping here and there.



We had the Menu Du Jour Prix Fixe, a mix and match set menu of soup or salad, main course and dessert for P430 + 10% sc..Brasserie was among the cheap but elegant finds on the net when it was still P390 considering that you’ll have a three-course meal at a Gustavian Restaurant but honestly, Friend and I only got happy with their main course.. The salad was like “Hey!are we not going to pay here?For God’s sake add a liitle more dressing!” and their desserts were just Ok..

Laisa’s choice:
House salad (smoked salmon/ripe mango/mustard dressing )– No picture..Really having a hard time taking pictures at night..pls forgive me with the following pics..=)

Beef Stroganoff (Mushrooms/mustard/Sour cream/cogmac/Rissotto) – Laisa shared a bit of this to me and I envy her after tasting! Perfect combination.


Creme Brulee – Like I said,just ok..I love this hard on top..


Angge’s choice:
Nicoise Salad (Tuna/haricot beans/tomato/new potatoes/devilled egg) – The greens were fresh but didn’t appreciated it much since the dressing was hardly tasted..


Pork Roulade (Smoked ham/emmental cheese/sauvignon blanc/spinach and garlic rice) – loved this too!now I’m missing Mediterranean cuisine.=)


Chocolate cake – a MINI chocolate cake or simply a chocolate bar

The place was too serious but we still managed to be our wacky you friend!


Brasserie Boheme by The Gustavian
110 Leviste st. Salcedo Village (Picasso Building)


suhaisweet said...

Really nice dude..I got one too Very Nice!

Fine said...

hi. this is fine life folk. a friend advised me yesterday that there's a nice but affordable Mediterranean cuisine behind the buildings of RCBC and Smart which is parallel to Ayala Avenue. And you are right -- your salad needs more value. Visit my resto sketch blog also >>

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