The past 3 years, my friends and I attended Happening Gourmand. But this wasn’t repeated this year. None of us was interested enough by their menu. Instead, Decca77 Brasserie caught some of ours.
One of the main difference between Decca77 and their brasserie was that their menu is much more affordable. Oh and, the seating is the other side of the restaurant as well.
Grilled sausage, rapini and garlic mashed potatoes
The highlight of this wasn’t the sausage itself. It was the simple harmony between the sweet yet tangy tomatoes and the ever so creamy mashed potatoes. The sausage was missing juiciness…If I have to choose this or Costco sausage, I would definitely pick Costco sausage.
Chicken pot pie, with a crispy lettuce salad
I wasn’t expecting such a big portion! The chicken pot pie was delicious. Filled with butter goodness but it gets heavy real quick. I simply took one bite and I knew I would have a hard time finishing it. Good thing they paired it with a lettuce salad. It was crispy and helps lightening the pot pie. It was a perfect pairing.
When I got the Tiramisu, I was slightly confused as I remembered having the same looking dessert as last time… Did I received the wrong dessert last time? Details…When I was tasting this Tiramisu, I could definitely tell it was Tiramisu. The rich coffee flavor gave it away. I liked it but I was again thinking it tasted like the tiramisu at Costco…
After that not so fortunate experience at Decca77, the brasserie differently restored my faith again. Undoubtedly, I wasn’t amazed as the first time, but it was a solid menu at 19$.
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