Brasserie Kensington

After a short, flood diverted hiatus, I am back to the business of food. Hubby and and went out to dinner a couple of weeks ago. This would be our second time at Brasserie Kensington, and I enjoyed it as much as the first.

We shared the moules frites flavoured with a green curry sauce. The fries were nice and crisp and the mussels danced in the melody of the Thai spices. I quite enjoyed my ahi tuna salad. It was just a tad heavy handed with the capers, but had the flavors of a good Mediterranean salad. Hubby’s lamb shank looked delish.

I’m not a wine drinker, but the food is certainly good enough on its own. It wasn’t too busy, and the service was attentive, but not intrusive. This won’t be our last visit.

Lamb Shank Special

Lamb Shank Special

Green Curry Mussels Mussels served with pomme frites

Green Curry Mussels
Mussels served with pomme frites

SEARED AHI TUNA radish, heirloom tomato, capers, cucumber, olives, haricot vert, sunflower

SEARED AHI TUNA
radish, heirloom tomato, capers, cucumber, olives, haricot vert, sunflower

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