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Brasserie by Niche



4580 Laclede Ave
Saint Louis, MO 63108

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(314) 454-0600

Hours

  • Sunday: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
  • Saturday: 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Cuisine: French Restaurants

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4.7 of 5.0 from 58 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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  • Jas RHerb salad and escargot a must!

    55555 by Jas R


  • Mark KPotato rosti is amazing

    55555 by Mark K


  • Brandon MThis may sound strange, but that Brasserie Burger is the best burger in town, hands down.

    55555 by Brandon M


  • Jim G.Quiche was ok. Great service!

    55555 by Jim G.


  • Jay L.Try the Chocolate Mousse - Chocolate Mousse - brown sugar cocoa nib tuile. #brasserie. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Jay L.


  • Jay L.Try the Peach Melba Tart - Peach Melba Tart - vanilla goat cheese tart, poached, blackberry granita. #brasserie (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Jay L.


  • Jay L.Try the House-Made Terrines - House-Made Terrines -Pâté, country pâté. #brasserie (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Jay L.


  • Jay L.Try the Wild Ivory Salmon - Wild Ivory Salmon - lyonnaise potato, horseradish, dill, crème fraiche. #brasserie (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Jay L.


  • Jay L.Try the Braised Lamb Shoulder - Braised Lamb Shoulder - vol au vent, peas, turnips, crème fraiche. #brasserie. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Jay L.


  • InjohneerNot like food in Paris. The braised steak had no vin flavor, it was well done, and salty. Water was flat...sans gas. This was French like PF Chang's is Japanese....lol

    33333 by Injohneer


  • Cari B.I recommend the grapefruit brûlée and eggs benny for brunch. Don't forget to make a reservation!

    55555 by Cari B.


  • Adam H.The quiche on the brunch menu is fantastic.

    55555 by Adam H.


  • Em DaggsDo not leave without trying the goat cheese torte. In fact, take a couple slices home with you. Your thighs will hate you... But you won't care.

    55555 by Em Daggs


  • Jessica MCoq au vin was delish

    55555 by Jessica M


  • Jason S.Try the trout, it's amazing.

    55555 by Jason S.


  • Tim D.Gnocchi! Get the gnocchi.

    33333 by Tim D.


  • Michael NolfoCorey is the best server. Ask for him. Plus he's cute.

    55555 by Michael Nolfo


  • Anthony AtencioFrench onion soup

    55555 by Anthony Atencio


  • RFTStreetConsider the meltingly tender beef short ribs or a tender piece of salmon paired with braised leeks and lentils. Appetizers include very good pork ptés. The beer list is excellent.

    55555 by RFTStreet


  • Avin N.Eggs Benedict on brioche = incredible. Quiche is also excellent. Great vibe, definitely new favorite brunch place in stl

    55555 by Avin N.


  • Lindsey HThe hazelnut waffle turned around my Sunday morning. So yummy and not too heavy. Highly recommend!

    55555 by Lindsey H


  • Kim DExcellent!!!!

    55555 by Kim D


  • Mo C.The beef with bacon was CRAZY good. If you are considering that, stop considering other things & just get it!

    55555 by Mo C.


  • Lindsey H.Everything here is delish. My faves are the cheese puffs and the mussels.

    55555 by Lindsey H.


  • Monica R.Best Eggs Benedict ever. Ever.

    55555 by Monica R.


  • Ben W.One of the best quiches I've ever had and onion soup is out of control.

    55555 by Ben W.


  • Dawn S.Tony has the best Bitters!

    55555 by Dawn S.


  • Go! magazineThe Go! List 2013: Best local chef/restaurateur, Gerard Craft (Brasserie by Niche)

    55555 by Go! magazine


  • Molly C.Absolute favorite spot in STL! Favorites: escargot, pâté, tartar, roasted chicken, bistro steak, Brassarie burger

    55555 by Molly C.


  • Molly C.Absolute favorite restaurant in STL! Favorites: escargo, pâté, steak tartar, onion soup, roasted chicken, bistro steak, Parisian cocktail and St. Germaine / champaign cocktail.

    55555 by Molly C.


  • Mike M.By Niche...should I say more? Closest to Rue de la Madelaine in STL.

    55555 by Mike M.


  • RFTStreetTry the meltingly tender beef short ribs or a simple piece of salmon paired with braised leeks and lentils, and profiteroles and crème brûlée for dessert. http://bit.ly/12WqmoP

    55555 by RFTStreet


  • Kimberly K.Anything you order is amazing and packs a unique flavor

    55555 by Kimberly K.


  • napalmbethEVEN THE WATER IS FRENCH!!!!!

    33333 by napalmbeth


  • JonathanHorrible service at the bar while the staff ate in front of us and ignored us.

    11111 by Jonathan


  • Bethany C.Saturday brunch....croque Madame....seriously one of the best breakfast pieces I've ever had. If you don't get it, you're wrong

    55555 by Bethany C.


  • David K.Ate here for brunch with friends. Eggs Benedict was the best I've had. Prices were very reasonable for the quality.

    55555 by David K.


  • Aaron W.Great Saturday brunch food and atmosphere.

    55555 by Aaron W.


  • Tiffany K.Grapefruit brûlée on the brunch menu is a must!!

    55555 by Tiffany K.


  • Phil P.Roast chicken and escargot are reliable winners.

    55555 by Phil P.


  • Reanna P.Egg Benedict was amazing!

    55555 by Reanna P.


  • Go! magazineBest of '12: Warm bread, escargots, steak frites at Brasserie, 4580 Laclede Avenue, Central West End. “And an inexpensive rosé. Best meal of the year by a long shot,” says @kadesoto.

    55555 by Go! magazine


  • Monique-Jontae L.Best brunch in town.

    55555 by Monique-Jontae L.


  • METRO magazineChef Craft's ode to traditional French comfort foods. The melt-in-you-maw boeuf bourguignon is served atop a bed of silken potato puree, and the bouillabaisse is loaded with pollock, mussels and more!

    55555 by METRO magazine


  • Adrianne M.Great Easter Brunch. Great food. Fantastic service. Lovely experience all round.

    55555 by Adrianne M.


  • Christopher R.Brunch is fab!

    55555 by Christopher R.


  • RFTStreet2011 RFT Best of St. Louis Winner - Best Desserts.

    55555 by RFTStreet


  • Michael L.Please try The Jourdan for any meal here. Ask for Pierre from Luxco wine!

    55555 by Michael L.


  • Go! magazineOne of our favorite new restaurants of 2010

    55555 by Go! magazine


  • RFTStreetRFT Best of St. Louis Winner - Best Approximation of Paris

    55555 by RFTStreet


  • Karen F.Revamping the menu soon

    55555 by Karen F.


  • Jen R.Lunch is also a great deal here. The burger and nicoise salad are delicious

    55555 by Jen R.


  • JustinThe Short Ribs are amazing. You won't be disappointed.

    55555 by Justin


  • Michael K.Order the "tempest" cocktail and remember to do the 3 for $30 dinner.

    33333 by Michael K.


  • ChristopherGet the pig trotter, it's the meat and some fat stripped from a pig foot, made into a sausage. Then cut into medalions and deep fried. So freaking yummy!

    33333 by Christopher


  • Matt L.Have the Onion Soup... It's awesome

    55555 by Matt L.


  • Robin M.$14 house carafe is a steal. The bar is great for dinner when tables are booked.

    55555 by Robin M.


  • Josh B.3 for $30...basically, for $30 you get an appetizer, entree, and dessert.

    33333 by Josh B.


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