Back with Style – lovely Sunday Brunch and Dinner!
Jacques Waterfront Dining, Rodney Bay
We used to go to “Froggie Jacques” in the days when they were in Vigie Cove.
The new location, at the end of Rodney Bay near the Happy Day bar, is very pretty and there is lots of activity to watch on the water. The restaurant itself has a lovely entrance with great floor tiling and the bar is on the right hand side just after you walk in. Lots of orchids and pretty nightlights decorate the place.
The menu in the evening is Mediterranean and my rack of lamb was beautifully cooked with a very nice sauce. Jacky presented this with lots of different vegetables done in different ways which were a pleasure to try. I also loved the basil and tomato tart with homemade puff pastry. One of my friends had the mediterranan fish soup which was lovely. Nice wines too. Many of the regular staff are still there including Keeva (sp) and Cyril at the bar. Allan and Tara were very pleasant too. At times the restaurant got busy so Cyril came out from the bar to lend a hand!
Sunday Brunch was great fun and good value. We visited with a group of friends. Lots of dishes ranging from scrambled eggs and smoked salmon, omelets cooked to order, to wonderful authentic French fish broth, curries, ham carved on request, lovely sausage, great selection of salads, vegetables, fish and the prettiest “mini-dessert” table I have ever seen! The great thing about this was that the food was constantly replenished so tasted fresh and you could spend a very happy 3 hours eating and talking with friends. The jazz trio, consisiting of sax, guitar and very good steel pan, was not amplified and therefore unobtrusive. They were very good.
The restaurant was full for jazz brunch and I can see this being popular!
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