I recently had dinner on a Saturday evening at The E.Brunswick Chateau. I't a place I pass all the time but haven't been inside in years. It was my mom's birthday who lives nearby and decided to you there.
The grounds are beautiful and well maintained, With luscious grounds, fountains and beautiful gazebo….it must be a great place for a wedding. The building is beautiful but as you walk in, you can describe it with one word – dated…it doesn’t look like it’s ever been renovated. However, ambiance is more than walls and tables; they had a piano player on Saturday which was very nice. Jim was very engaging and took requests; he made my mom feel special, singing several songs to her.
The menu is a bit limited, but quite good. The escargot was yummy; make sure you have one of their delicious rolls ready to sop up the garlic butter. We also shared their lobster bisque; while it was too salty for me, the rest of the table enjoyed it and all remarked over the generous amount of lobster. Our table had the duck, Chilean Sea Bass and lamb chops, all came with a nice salad. All the entrees were delicious. I had the fish and would probably have the lamb chops next time.
The place isn’t crowded; I think it’s little known for dining other than banquets or parties, but makes the evening intimate and enjoyable. The piano player brings it all together.
If you want a nice place to go for lunch or to enjoy good food in a quiet place for dinner, go to the Chateau.
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