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“La Brasserie re-born”
Review of Le Quinze - CLOSED

Le Quinze
Cuisines: Caribbean
Dining options: Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed April 4, 2013

Laurent, formerly owner of La Brasserie des Iles just down the street from Le Quinze has moved his incredibly extensive and authentic menu up the street to this charmingly decorated, intimate little bistro. And better yet, he has moved his kitchen and chef here as well, so that this authentic French country cuisine is perfectly prepared and exquisitely presented. From the foie gras terrine or escargots appetizers to the duck parmentier (two varieties of duck in a bed of fabulous mashed potatoes or Mahi-mahi in a celery cumin sauce main dishes to the red fruit mousse and sorbet or creme brulee desserts, everything is superb. For those in a more casual mode, Laurent still serves the extensive selection of "French" style pizzas as he did previously.

Service is a bit variable depending on which waitress is working and Laurent gives a very good dollar/euro exchange rate for cash, which makes the meals an excellent value.

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Reviewed April 4, 2013

This very French restaurant has a menu that is somewhat different from those at the other French places in town. Of many good restaurants visited on this trip, this was one of the best.

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Reviewed March 28, 2013

Located at the very beginning (or end, depending from where you arrive ;-) of the 'Boulevard de Grand case', this restaurant is a 'must try'. We ate an excellent french cuisine in a very casual and nice atmosphere. Service was hearty yet definitely professional. We came back almost every night to drink a cool 'Rosé' wine on the deck. We had a great time there. Very nice discovery!

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Reviewed March 10, 2013

We loved this place and it was one of our less expensive meals in Grand Case (about 1/2 price of what we were spending in the typical French restaurant in town). It's still not a cheap restaurant but it was more reasonable than others in town.

They have a great array of food on their chalkboard menu. It's elegantly modern but feels casual (and unfortunately they do allow smoking if there are no children in the establishment - the first time no one smoked inside, the second time the lady at the table nearby lit up at the end).

I'm an east coast pizza snob but I live in Oregon where there is plenty of pizza but most of it is not great. The pizza here was very good and comes in a standard 8-slice pie (we thought they would be small and ended up with a 1:1 pizza:person ratio). We started off with apps - goat cheese salad for my partner (gr8! and good portion), onion soup for me. Now the onion soup is not the standard version. It's not as salty and seemed to have more consistency. It was wonderful. You put your own cheese and crusty bread into it so you can choose how much carbs/cheese you want. Definitely try it!

On to dessert. We enjoyed the desserts so much we came back again the next day just for dessert! Profiteroles - have it!!!!! Creme Brulee' was great as was the Tiramisu.

Don't miss this great meal because it is towards the end of the strip!

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Reviewed February 12, 2013 via mobile

Excellent French bistro food. And great value, especially if you order before 7pm you qualify for 1$=1Euro exchange rate

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