We would like to introduce the New La Brocante Café opening on June 1st. Caroline the old manager has taken over alongside Raymundo and Rodrigo to transform the café into a modern bistro. They will be keeping some of your favorite dishes and will be presenting some new items. The chefs are joining forces to create a European feel to the menu bringing Italian and French cuisine to one place. We look forward to waiting on the old guests and would like to welcome all to come and join us in tempting your taste buds with the new menu and old time favorites. Our grand opening will be Friday June 10 and Saturday June 11! We will have on special Caroline's famous white Sangria. Start making your reservations for this wonderful occasion full of surprises. SUMMER IS HERE AND SO ARE MIMOSAS, STARTING JUNE 19th WE WILL BE OPEN FOR SUNDAY BRUNCH!
Best French Restaurant Houston 2009 - La Brocante - CLOSED
This little French restaurant is located on Kirkwood just south of Westheimer, not far from the old location of Bistro Provence, which was owned by the same couple, Georges and Monique Guy. La Brocante means "flea market." Monique Guy sells old furniture and bric-a-brac out of the space, and there are price tags hanging on everything. The plates are mismatched, and the plastic placemats are gaudy maps of France with advice for tourists. And yet this eccentric little eatery, run by Houston's favorite French chef, Georges Guy, turns out the best old-fashioned French cuisine in the city. Try the oysters in cream sauce with lardons, the duck confit salad, the chunky country-style pâté, the incredibly tender escargot or any of Georges Guy's daily specials. You can't go wrong. With only 30 seats, the cafe is more like a large dinner party than a restaurant.