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Brasserie at Crown

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by Matthew (subscribe)
WEN Editor
Published November 3rd 2010
"Brasserie" is a French term denoting a place where individuals come to eat down to earth dishes that taste spectacular. Indeed, the website belonging to the Brasserie at Crown Casino classifies a Brasserie as a category two formality, placing it a little above the fun-loving atmosphere of a Bistro but not as serious as a restaurant.

This restaurant is not open for breakfast and thus it has quite a comprehensive menu for lunch and dinner. The main courses include traditional French recipes like cep mushroom gnocchi, seasoned duck, kurabata pork belly, chicken chasseur and dorper lamb rump. All main meals come with a side dish that you get to choose from a modest selection.

Please be advised that the Brasserie at Crown does have its own daily specials and obviously these change from day to day. You will need to consult the waiter upon entry for these exquisite dishes.
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Why? Down to earth elegance
When: Monday to Thursday & Sunday 9am-11:30pm; Friday & Saturday 9am-5:30pm
Phone: (03) 9292 7808
Where: Crown Entertainment Complex, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank, Melway Ref 1C J4
Cost: Depends on the menu
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