In Les Misérables II: Final Justice, Jean Valjean is arrested for committing an even greater crime against French law: applying margarine to another man’s moustache during dinner without asking first. Feast around the proper tableside etiquette of France with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of decadent French dishes, wines, and more at Aggie Martin in Brampton. This Groupon is valid toward dine-in only.
Aggie Martin transports the traditions of French cuisine into Ontario’s taste buds with a dinner menu of freshly made fare celebrating France's various culinary regions. Starters include escargots ($9.50), prepared ìn the style of Arles, and roasted brie ($12) bedecked with wildflower honey and cracked black pepper; classic French-onion soup ($9.50) and a soup of the day ($7) are available for spoon-dependents. Entreewise, Aggie Martin slings main courses delving into steak, seafood, and more. Keep cows with moon-jumping dreams realistic with a 10 oz. strip-loin steak finished in a peppercorn sauce ($29.50), or net ambitious upstreamers with the fresh catch of the day accompanied by seasonal vegetables and potato. Other appetite appeasers include a savoury vegetable crêpe ($17) and a rack of lamb with a mustard crust ($29.95). Aggie Martin's vast selection of wines, with labels from such countries as France, Italy, South Africa, Portugal, Canada, the U.S., and Australia, provides luxurious libations for discerning tannin-tasters.
Aggie Martin's atmosphere of decadent lighting, rustic brick accents, and crisply clothed tables brings to mind the brasseries and bistros of France, but without the roving packs of dinosaurs dotting the Pyrenees. Enjoy attentive service and alluring sustenance with the French cuisine of Aggie Martin.
- An evening here will take diners from beneath the chandelier light to the coasts of France with a simple flip of the menu. That's what makes Aggie Martin Brampton's local gem and a destination in itself. – Marie Nicola, dine.TO
- A garlic and parsley butter-laden boat of succulent snails perching on red potatoes, sans shells, makes for a superb starter called escargots à la persillade… – Tamsyn Burgmann, Toronto Star
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