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Our new Spring menu is a true feast of fresh ingredients and sensational flavour combinations. Our classic French brasserie favourites are joined by an exciting collection of dishes that have been inspired by Raymond Blanc’s travels – tastes and textures that will transport you as far afield as South America, South-East Asia and North Africa but all with the special BB touch.Our new Spring menu
Our new a la carte menu below is supplemented by our great value set menu (in most of our locations) and, of course, daily seasonal specials using local produce so look out for those when you next pay us a visit.
These are the prices in our regional brasseries. In London, prices and menus may vary. Please check individual brasseries’ menus on their home page.To view the current menus at your local Brasserie Blanc restaurant click here to choose your location.
baguette with dips: spiced aubergine and mushroom, spicy citrus, saffron mayo V
unsalted butter V
anchovy butter, anchovies, sourdough
trio of beetroot, cauliflower florets horseradish crème fraîche
Gruyère cheese croutons
warm Ford Farm Coastal Cheddar sauce V
garlic herb butter, baguette
pea purée, piquillo peppers, tomato and chilli dressing (vegan) V
prawn butter, sourdough toast
truffle butter, red onion marmalade, toasted brioche
free range Cornish beef, egg yolk, herbs spices, sourdough
rice paper rolls, vermicelli noodles, avocado, mint, cucumber, coriander pesto dipping sauce (vegan) V
Scottish Hebridean rope-grown mussels with your choice of sauce
Dauphinoise potato, carrots French beans
slow-cooked spiced Cornish lamb, golden sultanas, Medjool date, almond and pistachio couscous
Cornish sirloin steak (8oz), French fries, ‘Café de Paris’ herb mustard butter
red wine, lardons, baby onions, mushrooms, smooth mash
prune stuffing, caramelised pork crisp, hispi cabbage, sautéed potatoes, gooseberry compote, rich pan juices
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