You’ve read the story of La Voile Newbury, of how it opened and flourished.
If you’re still in need of something to read, here’s the story of La Voile Brookline….
After reaching a phase of maturity and a solid reputation. 2015 was the year of recognition with many awards, consequently it became naural to expand and be more local to a clientele who want their dine out La Voile closer to their home. By the autumn of 2015, very much in keeping with its sister establishment La Voile Newbury, the new Brookline location, on Washington square conveys the unpretentious elegance of a French Brasserie with the warmth of a Bistrot.
True to its name the decor has a distinct nautical theme, with photographs of old J-class sailing boats. Classic, genuine, sophisticated palate experience, the menu reads like one of Beaudelaire’s poems, words that flow, like le risotto, le vivaneau or l’agneau. It is an amalgam of French classics, from appetizers, main course to deserts, such as escargots and foie gras, sole meuniere, blanquette de veau, magret de canard, ile flottante and tarte Tatin. The food, however, is not the only factor contributing to a French culinary experience. The atmosphere in the restaurant is just as important and come into play. La Voile recreates life ” à la Française”.
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We are an authentic French brasserie
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