La Brasserie-DNC!!!

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In a Nutshell

  • European comfort fare
  • New lunch menu
  • Extensive beer selection
  • Fabulous mussels

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Feb 6, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 6 or more. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Valid for dine-in only. Reservations are not accepted. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Hunger, like an elusive potential mate, is best conquered with a decadent, force-fed three-course meal. Tame a bellowing belly with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of European comfort fare at La Brasserie. If you redeem your Groupon for lunch between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at the eatery, you get an additional $7 credit toward your meal, making it a total value of $37.

La Brasserie boasts a menu of decadent French and German comfort fare for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch in a chic and inviting West End space. Start a midday meal with an order of the pate de campagne ($6) before diving into a main course of mussels and fries ($15). The pared-down dinner menu offers elegant appetizers, including fresh oysters ($3 each) and an Alsatian onion tart ($9), alongside sinful and savoury entrees such as the 7 oz. skirt steak with truffle-morel butter or peppercorn and a side of frites ($22) and the house-made bratwurst with pommes puree, sauerkraut, and onion jus ($19). A guest favourite, the succulent suckling pig ($21) comes served with sauerkraut, schupfnudel, and the complete works of Cavalier poet Sir John Suckling.

An abundant beer selection features German-heavy offerings for guzzlers. Oenophiles can swivel stems of well-plucked vino vintages, and grizzled schoolmarms can opt for something stronger. Stop in on a Sunday morning to watch chefs in the open kitchen cook up your morningly croque madame ($13), or woo the boss's comely step-cousin over a leisurely weekday lunch in the intimate 35-seat eatery.


The Vancouver Sun, Globe and Mail, Westender, Vancouver Metro, and Martini Boys all have good things to say about La Brasserie:

  • On the German front, suckling pig with schupfnudel (potato gnocchi) and sauerbraten with spaetzle (beef brisket marinated in red wine, then slow-braised) are flavourful and hearty dishes. On the French side, there's coq au vin and steak tartare but the best of the French dishes I tried were the onion soup and onion tart. The onions were beautifully caramelized in both dishes. – Mia Stainsby, Vancouver Sun
  • The food menu is a meat lover's delight (vegetarians steer clear) that boasts classic European comfort foods with big flavours, full-sized portions and not a whiff of fusion mussiness. – Alexandra Gill, Globe and Mail
  • Tickled with sauerkraut, [the suckling pig] was like the warm, sweet breath of Princess Leia on your face as she nuzzles you awake. – Andrew Morrison, Westender

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