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db BRASSERIE, Las Vegas

3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
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4 Star Rating
8 October 2015db BRASSERIETags: Las Vegas, USA, French reviewsThe Bill: £73 per head
 

Located in The Venetian in Las Vegas, Db Brasserie is a recent venture from Daniel Boulud. We decided to experience their brunch menu over the weekend. The service was friendly, we had an interesting French menu to order from.

To begin we ordered a shared serving of a Charcuterie Board, with Country Pate Bourguignon, Duck Rillettes, Felino Sausage, La Quercia Prosciutto, and House-Made Pickles. This platter was every bit delicious as it sounds, the Pate in particular was simply divine. We enjoyed two glasses of Au Bon Climat ‘Daniel’ Chardonnay, Santa Barbara with our first course.

For our main course we ordered a Frenchie Burger, with a 7oz Angus Beef Patty, Morbier Cheese Arugula, Confit Pork Belly, Tomato-Onion Compote, Mustard, in a Black Pepper Bun with Cornichon. The presentation was impressive, and the flavours were delicious. The Beef was deliciously tender and juicy, this was paired with a glass of Chapoutier, Cotes du Rhone, Belleruche, France, 2012 the meal was faultless.

“We had an outstanding brunch.”

My partner ordered Daniel’s Smoked Salmon and Bagel, with Herbed Cream Cheese and Heirloom Tomatoes. A dish with Chef Boulud’s name next to it is never going to disappoint, the Salmon was outstanding. Our chosen wine for this dish was Bailly-Reverdy, Sancerre, Cuvee Chavignol, Loire, France, 2013. A fruity French wine with a lovely velvety texture. We added sides of French Fries and Supergreen Spinach.

To complete our afternoon, we ordered the Rocky Road Macaron, I love the occasional rocky road and the French macaron’s were a welcomed addition. We also ordered a Chocolate Cheese Cake Tart, with Chocolate Ganache, Orange Segments, and Orange Crème Sherbet. I’d describe this dessert as a journey through several delicious orange tones. We had an outstanding brunch and only wish we could have sampled more dishes.

 
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