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Brasserie Léon de Lyon - Lyon, France

Open Kitchen
Entrance

Accolades





















President Clinton ate here



Bread and Tapenade

Choux Pastries

Badoit Sparkling Water
Rosee Champagne

Pieds de veau en salade, comme les aimait Jean Vignard

Pate en croute maison a l'ancienne

Close up of the Terrine / Pate

Santenay Premier Cru 2007

Quenelle de brochet frais, cuite au four

Pike fish dumpling with Nantua sauce and Basmati rice

Andouillette lyonnaise (tiree a la ficelle) Escalopee en tranches epaisses, panees, poelees

Breaded and pan fried of awfuls with Japanese mustard, potatoes gratin and green salad.

Brioche fourree au chocolat cuisinee comme un pain perdu et doree su miel
French Toast stuffed with chocolate, fresh cheese ice cream


Love the pope and his wine






Brasserie Léon de Lyon

Dining here was like visiting an art gallery. Every wall I see, hangs a framed art or
 portraits of Chef Jean Paul Lacombe and his distinguish guest that once dine here.

In a typical French table setting, I began my dinner with a Rosee Champagne aperitif. The bread with tapenade and choux pastry swiftly arrived soon after. Studying the menu was a like a tug of war. For heaven's sake, I was salivating reading rows after rows of intricately descriptive dishes.

It was my first time to Lyon, I made my decision to stick to proper Lyon old fashioned food.
Salads of veal's foot, spicy mustard dressing potatoes and lamb's lettuce and Terrine of sweet bread, foie gras, chicken breast, pistachio covered in pastry and small salad  were both impeccably fresh
 The star of the night were the two main course, the Quenelle was light and fluffy. I must say not all fish balls are created equal. The trophy winning dish was unbeatable. Sometimes made me wonder, why we can't have good affordable French food in Singapore/Asia.

The Andouillette (Patty Awfuls) had some gamey scent, easily masked by the mustard, as how it should be. 

The French toast, Chef Jean Paul Lacombe's attempt to recreate his childhood memories in this dish. Its a simple desserts that hugs your soul.

 Highly Recommended. I would swing by everyday to try all the menu if I was given the opportunity.

Pictures by MSW




Brasserie Léon de Lyon - Lyon, France Reviewed by Ah Wee on 12:39 PM Rating: 5

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