Noun(1) a small restaurant serving beer and wine as well as food; usually cheap
(1) It was established as a two-tier restaurant with a Michelin-starred restaurant on one floor, and a brasserie on the other.(2) All the rooms are individually designed and a brasserie and bar serves classic French dishes and drink.(3) Tofu is to this peculiar style of restaurant what frites are to a French brasserie .(4) That is, if they can avoid the temptations on the menus in the four restaurants: a glass-roofed breakfast room, a terrace restaurant, a brasserie and Jaan, a Michelin-starred dining experience.(5) At first it might seem madness to suggest that this elegant restaurant with the mosaic-tile floors and art-covered paneled walls is a bargain, but consider its brasserie style.(6) The restaurant also presents first-class furniture and wall ornaments that create a romantic atmosphere, making it resemble a ubiquitous brasserie in France.(7) We had opted for the brasserie instead of the restaurant because it gave us more flexibility.(8) There's still a pubby feel to this rambling old inn - although a strong relationship with local suppliers has transformed the place into a first-class brasserie and restaurant.(9) For more informal meetings, there is also the lobby lounge with an open terrace overlooking the boulevard, the French and international brasseries , or L' Olivier Restaurant offering cuisines from south-east France.(10) There's been a resurgence in steakhouses at clubs, pubs, brasseries and restaurants.(11) The chain tends to have a strong ground floor business through its brasseries and bars, and it hopes to carry this tradition into Belfast.(12) The refrigerated lockers are like those you see in brasseries : brushed metal with buckle-style door handles.(13) Alongside that he has managed to oversee a set of brasseries plus two more sophisticated restaurants, each with a Michelin star, and he is shortly to open another of the same calibre.(14) Pseudo-French brasseries are a dime a dozen in this town, of course, but great sushi restaurants are hard to find.(15) In terms of fine dining, most experts agree that Chinese tourists are more comfortable eating in restaurants that remind them of home, but some of the French capital's larger brasseries are preparing foie gras and escargots.(16) One long-held dream had been to open a London restaurant with the style of the classical Parisian brasseries .
1. brasserie ::
2. beerhouse ::
Different Formsbrasserie, brasseries
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