Just had the most delightful luncheon at Brasserie 9 just off Silom.
A brasserie is a step from a bistro. A French restaurant with a relaxed setting, which serves single dishes and other meals. It can be expected to have professional service and printed menus —unlike a bistro which will have neither of these. Typically, a brasserie is open every day of the week and serves the same menu all day.
I was lucky to be invited to luncheon to end the week. They have a set lunch with 3/4 choices of 4 courses for just 690B! But I chose from both menus as it was my first visit.
I chose the pear, walnut and blue cheese salad from the set menu and a 300g entrecôte from the la carte menu with a side dish of sautéed spinach and two glasses of the house Malbec which was delightful.
I finished off with the lemon meringue and a latte and was very impressed with the staff, decor and ambience of the restaurant.
Certainly one to recommend I hope to return for dinner one evening. They have plenty of parking a large comfortable bar, cigar room, wine cellar that in the evenings has a superb choice of retail wines in a charcuterie which serves cold cuts and cheese to complement some of the worlds best wines.
27 Soi Piphat, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 02 234 2588 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org