Review of Waterfront Brasserie at Radisson Blu Jersey

Review of Waterfront Brasserie at Radisson Blu Jersey

The Waterfront Brasserie at the Radisson Blu hotel in St Helier on the Channel Island of Jersey is in a wonderful location at Elizabeth Marina with views over to Elizabeth Castle. I dined at the brasserie, on a complimentary basis, selecting from the three course set menu, which cost £19 for two courses and £22 for three courses, including a glass of wine, in May 2010.

Review of Waterfront Brasserie at Radisson Blu Jersey

View from Waterfront Brasserie over Elizabeth Marina toward Elizabeth Castle

My starter was a pepper and green bean terrine with salad served with some very tasty baked bread.

Review of Waterfront Brasserie at Radisson Blu Jersey

Pepper & Green Bean terrine starter at the Waterfront Brasserie

My main course of Chicken Enchiladas was served with potato wedges and a side dish of mashed potato and ratatouille.  While the enchiladas were very good, I thought that the side dish was an inappropriate accompaniment, as the meal was already pretty starchy and rich in tomato.  I think that a green salad would be much better.

Review of Waterfront Brasserie at Radisson Blu Jersey

Chicken Enchilada main at the Waterfront Brasserie

The carrot cake was absolutely lovely, rich, moist and with a hint of spice.

Review of Waterfront Brasserie at Radisson Blu Jersey

Carrot Cake dessert at the Waterfront Brasserie

I think that the Brasserie Waterfront  is good value for money, as it’s a great location and the quality of the food is very good. The restaurant just needs to think a bit more about appropriate accompaniments for the main course.

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