Review – Brasserie Quartiers, Fondue Night

We came here recently for their Fondue night which takes place every Tuesday night.
Fondue is a dish of melted cheese served in a pot and eaten by dipping bread into the cheese using long-stemmed forks. This is very popular in places like Switzerland & France and places close to the alps.
The concept is simple. Indulge in the cheese fondue which is a mix of 4 different aged cheese, along with an endless supply of the Bordeaux white, La Grande Chapelle, which I quite liked. This is accompanied by cold cuts, salads, hot bread, crotons, pickled cucumber & Steamed potatoes.

  
I was kind of skeptical at the start looking at the menu wondering how I’m gonna be satiated.

But it is quite easy to fill yourself up fast especially with the cold cuts and bread and did I mention that the portions were unlimited?

   

I felt that there could have been one dessert option in the menu as well.

But we placed an order separately for the Warm chocolate Fondant with vanilla ice cream which was fantastic even though the fondant wasn’t as gooey in the centre as I would’ve liked.

  The service was great and our host Bruno was fabulous. 

I’m definitely coming back to try their other Specials like the steak night among others.

But do give the Fondue night a go as they’ll be now making way for a newer nightly special with summer approaching.

Brasserie Quartier Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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