Brindille's menu offerings are a bit unusual. They change often (check the website for the latest), but always offer something unique (roasted salsify, celeriac mousseline, etc.). Although I'd wanted to visit for awhile, I'd put it off since there aren't a lot of vegetarian options. I had to wait until I found something that sounded good. But never fear, you can't go wrong. Everything is just cooked really, really well.
The atmosphere is very old school. And the crowd skews older as well. But it was very pleasant and classy. It's somewhat pricy, but to be expected for the quality of the food. Drinks seemed a bit too expensive at $16-17 for cocktails, $38 for an after-dinner chartreuse. But I guess not completely out of the ordinary for this type of restaurant.
We stayed late and the chef, Carrie Nahabedian, came around to all of the tables asking how everything was. Her other restaurant (Naha) is great as well.
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