Anisette Brasserie (now closed)

Anisette brasserie is so lovely. The high ceilings and white glazed tiles make the room look so “clean”. The bar wall is massive, and I’d hate to be sitting there during a quake since the bottles are displayed all the way to the ceiling, secured only with a thin strip of metal. It looks impressive though, and that’s the point. Peter and I went with friends two weekends in a row. First with Jeffrey and Rina. Then again the next weekend with Paddy and Clara. Chef Alain Giraud came to our table a few times on our first visit. He was very gracious and made sure we were enjoying our meal. On our two visits, there were two repeat orders that we had to have both times. The Foie Gras and the Beef Cheeks. We’ll be back again soon.

What we ate at Anisette Brasserie:

Foie Gras with Figs on Brioche

Anisette Brasserie

Scallops with Fennel in a Basil Sauce

Anisette Brasserie

Provencal Beef Daube (aka Beef Cheeks),
with Glazed Root Vegetables & Creamy Mashed Potatoes

Anisette Brasserie

Steak Frites with Bearnaise Sauce

Anisette Brasserie

Vacherin Glace (Lavender Ice Cream and Perfect Summer Strawberries)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

www.AnisetteBrasserie.com
225 Santa Monica Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90407, (310) 395-3200
This restaurant is now closed

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One response to “Anisette Brasserie (now closed)

  1. Oh I love steak with bearnaise sauce….

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