Brasserie Restaurant gives one the opportunity to dine inside the luxurious Hyatt Vineyard Creek . The restaurant caters to hungry souls with its all ... More
Brasserie Restaurant gives one the opportunity to dine inside the luxurious Hyatt Vineyard Creek . The restaurant caters to hungry souls with its all day meals from 6:30a to 11p. The food has a traditional French touch and consists of Apple Wood Smoked Bacon Belgian Waffles, Corned Beef Hash with eggs and Buttermilk Pancakes for breakfast. The entrees for lunch and dinner are Pear And Brie Sandwich, Brasserie Seafood Stew and Grilled Black Angus Flat Iron Steak. The wine list also appeals. Brasserie Restaurant offers a sunny patio to enjoy the meals while the decor inside takes one's breath away with its sheer lavishness.
A previous diner implied that the location is questionable. It is next to the freeway but there is nothing worrisome about it. There is a beautiful walkway along the creek that puts you downtown in 4 minutes. It is across the street from the Railroad Square section, which is a revitalized downtown area. A downtown mall is also four minutes away walking. It is a great location!
We did not have a good meal here. The ahi tuna was not fresh. We complained and they replaced it with sea bass. However, for the price, is was the smallest peace of fish I have seen on a main course. The bread was fair. We were there on a Saturday night at 7:30 and the place was near empty. I think the menu could be improved.
This restaurant is located in a hotel, and it is next to Railroad Square and the highway, so it is not located in the best part of town. However, the main dining room is mainly boothed and very soothing (stained glass lighting and brown/yellow colors), and the food is great. The bar area is too dark, and it has horrible acoustics. You can't hear anyone in the bar. However, the happy hour specials are terrific, and the food is high quality and inexpensive. Crab, mango and avocado salad is $6, and well prepared, with a watercress garnish. The fish entrees are uniformly good. Their crab louie is worth a try.
Happy hour specials include tomato and goat cheese galette ($2.95), and their frites come in a pint glass and are not soggy. The oysters aren't so good.
The wine selection is just okay, but the food is inexpensive and wonderful.
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