La Brochette Bistro
2635 N Hiatus Rd, Hollywood, FL 33026
Phone: (954) 435-9835
La Brochette Bistro Restaurant
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, American, French, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Italian, European, Continental
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
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11/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We are not critics, but we dine out quite a bit. We looked forward to trying this dining establishment after reading the great reviews and we were more than just disappointed. The escargots were over seasoned with tons of garlic and the soup had fake crab in it. One of our fish dishes was raw in the middle and the other was tasteless with fake crab in the middle of it, not a stuffing that they advised it had. We even tried to order a desert, but they could not even get a sorbet right! It was mango, came in a mango, but was frozen so solid that a spoon could not even break into it. There was a terrible mango flavored syrup on top. When we sent it back, they returned it a few minutes later after putting it in the microwave. Gordon Ramsey needs to come to this place and help them out. I would not try it until he does.
11/04/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Been long-time patrons of La Brochette and went recently for my b-day. For first time ever, we were disappointed; Daniel, the finest waitor in the world had resigned a while back-never a good sign! So the service took on a new approach; one person tells you about the specials, another takes your order, a third brings your food and a fourth tells you about desserts and brings the check. This type of service you would see at a chain but not at La Brochette and doesn't work for them at all. Part of why we loved this restaurant was the ambiance and that is completely lost with the assembly of servers. Plus the wait time in-between each of these was not smooth. Large tables were well attended to and it seems they got to the small 2 person tables if convenient.
Chef Aboud has apparently altered the menu quite a bit and for me for the first time ever, I felt the food was lacking but cannot put my finger on what that was. All-in-all a disappointing experience compared to the other times we've been there.
10/16/2004Provided by Citysearch -
La Brochette Bistro, as one can imagine, features many dishes cooked on their brochette in a neo-classical french style. The ambience is quite nice, especially considering its out of the way locale (a small strip mall in Cooper City). The service was very good, standard for a bistro of this category. The food was quite good but not extraordinary, and the list of specials was both extensive and tantalizing (cold jellyfish salad, seared pumpkin swordfish w/ raspberry chipotle sauce, etc). It is somewhat expensive (entrees $20-$30 each), but it is the best place for bistro style french food that I have come across in this area.
09/25/2002Provided by Citysearch -
I love everything about this restaurant! La Brochette is where I always choose to go for my birthday dinner. I can honestly say that in all the times my husband and I have eaten here, we've NEVER had a meal we didn't love. Quiet, romantic, great food and excellent service! What more could you ask from a restaurant?!