Unfortunately this beautifully decorated restaurant with very good cuisine didn't make it and is closed with the premises up for sale. I used to love their Sunday brunch.
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This restaurant announced on Facebook that they are closed for the entire winter beginning in November 2015. They mentioned that they might reopen in the Spring of 2016.
The menu is very much what you expect from a French brasserie. We went 2 weekends in a row because we enjoyed it so much the first time. The maitre d/ owner is very accommodating. The reservation process so efficient(open table). Hanger steak was excellent...More
You may not be expecting a nice French meal when you're shopping or leaf-peeping in Manchester, but the Brasserie L'Oustau offers just that. The menu features plats du jour and prix-fixe specials in addition to the full menu, and everything is reasonably priced. Service is...More
This is Vermont - Not New York City - this is a very good Manchester restaurant - we have been with a large group a number of times over the last ten years. We had a quiet area in the restaurant - and having just...More
We were in Vermont to enjoy the fall foliage and were lucky to dine at the Brasserie L'Oustau! This is a wonderful restaurant with great decor and a charming and warm atmosphere. The owner and host, Michel, and his wife Beth, make everyone feel at...More
My daughter and I spent the day in Manchester. This restaurant was recommended by locals and we were delighted to be able to make a reservation that evening. it is a popular spot and every table was full, so would recommend reservations. Making a choice...More
We dined out exclusively during our girls' weekend, and while I had been here before, my two friends had not. All of us agreed it was our favorite meal of the weekend. The prix fixe is a good deal, and my friend said the mussels...More
Since they have recently changed chefs we wanted to give it a try. Very disappointing. The only positive was the service which was very attentive and professional. The food was mediocre at best. The vegetarian plate was pathetic, especially for the price. The salmon was...More
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review, and we’re sorry that your expectations of our new chef were not met. Chef Michael is a very highly regarded and well trained professional, and we’re proud to have him with us. As a Manchester...More
We liked the restaurant. Were in Manchester to do some fly fishing; our hotel recommended the Brasserie and we were not disappointed. Soups and salads were excellent, the charcuterie was excellent and our waitress' was knowledgeable about the menu and pleasant. This restaurant is not...More