Brioche is located in the Gastown close to both SFU Vancouver and Woodwards. They are known for their yummy comfort foods like soups, sandwiches, and pasta. M and I came here since it half way between both our offices. My last visit was about 2 years ago, so I wanted to see if there were any improvements.
The space is great for chats with friends over coffee and food.
Latte was OK. Couldn’t have been a bit stronger.
Grilled NY Striploin w/ Wild Mushroom Sauce is also served with soup. There are so many different ways of eating this. You can eat it like a sandwich, or eat it like an open-faced sandwich. This item is on the special board usually and is quite pricey when you decide to order it. The menu doesn’t specify price, so it’s really going to hurt your wallet since it’s just lunch.
I tend to order this item when I go to Brioche because it’s filling and the mushroom sauce and the tender striploin is super delicious.
Seafood Bisque was very watery and had more of a lemony tang to the flavour profile. The seafood taste wasn’t as prominent.
Bolognese Lasagna w/ 8 Layer Sauce and contains Bechamel, Salsiccia, Mushroom, and Bolognese. M did enjoy the dish, but for $18 was not worth it. He wouldn’t have ordered this if he knew the price before hand.
Overall, the food is great, but the price is way too much for a lunch. You can end up paying $20 for a dish and a drink.
Words of Wisdom:
- Food is a pricey and no visible pricing on dishes
- Best in small groups
- Panini’s are really good
- Parking garage across the street. Discounted parking for SFU students after 6pm.
We rate Broioche:
401 West Cordova Street