Delray Beach, FL 33444
New Times Broward-Palm Beach's Description
There once was a day in which French was the only cuisine reserved for fine dining. There was also a day in which you had to throw on a suit to get a good meal in a restaurant. Luckily, times have changed and neither are true any longer. That's what makes Brule Bistro so damned good. The Pineapple Grove spot is part French, part American, and the ideal combination. Starters like corn dusted oyster sliders with smoked aioli and housemade brioche or entrees like grilled angus hangar steak with brandy peppercorn sauce and fingerling potato hash combine French elegance with American innovation. It's as awesome as when the French joined the American Revolution -- and we're just a grateful now as we were then.
Tips from foursquare
A hidden gem away from the crowds where you can enjoy a relaxing glass of Malbec, a Wagyu Burger or the Day Boat Fish. Bring Fido and he gets his own bowl of chicken flavored water.
I know first hand that Brule has the absolute necessary ingredients that make up a successful eatery.
Seared Tuna salad will make your day
Entrees like grilled angus hangar steak with brandy peppercorn sauce and fingerling potato hash combine French elegance with American innovation.
Eat at the bar, finish the meal off with cookies & gelato ... Incredible
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