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La Brochette 340 Lexington Avenue (Bet. 39th & 40th Street) New York, NY 10016

340 Lexington Avenue
(Bet. 39th & 40th Street)
New York, NY 10016

(212) 972-2200

Trilogy of Sausages- Beef, lamb and veal sausages served with couscous and dried tomato sauce
Chicken Dumplings- Steamed ground chicken, pickled vegetables. Ginger Asian sauce.
La Brochette Tapas- Prime beef, chicken breast, pearl onions, red pepper, cherry tomatoes. Tomatillo and Mango chutney.
Crispy Veal Sweetbreads Tempura- Sweetbreads drizzled with balsamic reduction and served with olive tapenade.
Short Rib Spring Rolls- South Western slow cooked marinated short ribs, wild mushrooms served with BBQ ranch sauce.

Chicken Soup
- Shredded chicken, mélange of vegetables in rich chicken broth.
Beef Onion Soup- Caramelized onions, red wine topped with garlic croutons.

Spinach Salad
- Baby spinach, avocado, carrot ginger julienne, baby corn and Asian miso vinaigrette.
Grilled Brochette Salad- Romaine hearts, asparagus, heart of palm, Roma tomatoes and lemon vinaigrette.
Arugula Salad- Baby arugula, candy pecans, raisins, grannie smith apples and raisin wine vinaigrette.
Beet Napoleon- Yellow and red beets, cucumber in layers with lemon dressing.

Filet Mignon
- Prime filet 10 oz. served sliced, with French fries and black trumpet brandy sauce.
Steamed Red Snapper- Fresh select herbs, Israeli couscous and lemon caper sauce.
Asian Bbq Short Ribs- Slow roasted served with scallion mashed potato and frizzled onion.
Lemon Crispy Chicken- Sweet corn pudding, Balsamic marinated Portobello mushrooms.
Duck Confit- Seared duck breast, dry fruit parsnip puree and sherry blueberry sauce.
Mediterranean Branzino- Pan seared served with barley pilaf and red pepper basil sauce.
Côte De Veau-Veal chop seared to temperature, mushroom gnocchi, haricot vert and truffle essence mushroom sauce.
Delmonico “Classique”-Onion rings, mashed potatoes, marrow bone, black pepper corn sauce.
Chicken Marsala-Lightly sautéed chicken breast with wild mushrooms, whipped mashed potatoes, sautéed spinach, Marsala wine sauce.
Scottish Salmon-Pan seared filet with red wine risotto, sautéed vegetables and teriyaki sauce.

STEAK CUTS - Served with frizzled onions and grilled tomato
Marinated Hanger Steak
Steak Au Poivre
Center Cut Ribeye
Prime Rib on the Bone
La Brochette Reserve
Black Angus
Pepper Corn Prime Filet

information about La Brochette
OU / Glatt Kosher

Sun 4 pm - 10 pm
Mon - Thu 12 pm - 3 pm, 5 pm - 11 pm
Fri - closed, open for pre-paid Shabbat group meals
Sat - 1 hr after Shabbat till 12 am

Cuisine: French Steakhouse
Avg. Check: $40 - $70
Attire: Casual Neat

Succah On Succot: Yes
Nine Days Menu: Yes
Open for Pesach: Yes



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ABOUT La Brochette
Avi Cohen has always dreamed of owning an upscale restaurant that serves nothing but the best ingredients. His dream came true in December 2013, with his La Brochette steakhouse becoming the latest addition to Manhattan’s fine dining scene. The name “La Brochette” which means “skewer” in French, gracefully combines the owner’s Middle Eastern roots with French culinary sophistication. La Brochette undertook mulit-million renovations of the space formerly occupied by another kosher restaurant on Midtown's East side, where upscale kosher restaurants are hard to come by. The elegant restaurant boasts 5 dining rooms on 3 levels with the top floor featuring a skylight. Although the restaurant is large, the setting is intimate. The neutrally-hued décor features chandeliers and candle-lit mahogany tables, yet the streamlined design has a contemporary feel to it.

The menu also has a modern twist on the traditional steakhouse offerings. A great way to get a taste of it is to order La Brochette Sampler, which includes Peking Duck Confit, Short Rib Spring Rolls, Wagyu Beef Brochette, and Crispy Veal Sweetbreads. Their prime steaks are aged in-house for 28 days and are skillfully prepared to your liking by Chef Angel Ramirez, who has 20 years of experience, including ones in upscale kosher restaurants. Therefore you can’t go wrong with choosing either of their juicy steaks. Some of the delicious favorites include Premium Delmonico and Prime Rib on the Bone. Another succulent dish not to be missed is the Braised Short Ribs, served with parsnip puree, julienne vegetables and bourbon reduction. La Brochette also offers excellent poultry and fish choices such as Chicken Marsala (lightly sautéed chicken breast with wild mushrooms, whipped mash potatoes, and Marsala wine sauce) or Chilean Sea Bass. 

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Their extensive wine list suggests you should choose a perfect accompaniment to your meal. On the dessert front, La Brochette spoils you with a wide variety of parve homemade cakes and pastries, including decadent Tiramisu, Cheesecake, and Chocolate Lava Cake. After a satisfying meal in this chic environment, one can feel the restaurant is true to its goal: to make diners’ experience as pleasing to the senses as it is to the palate.

Check out reviews from our Great Kosher Restaurant Foodies Facebook Group: 

Review 7/5/15

Review 6/6/16 (Hadasah Lamm)

Review 6/4/15

Review 5/4/15

Review 4/14/15

Review 2/24/15



La Brochette
Miri Brecher- 10/18/13

Owner Avi Cohen has outdone himself with the newly opened, La Brochette. Beautifully appealing architecture and ambience lends its way to the deliciously tasty French cuisine served up at this upscale steakhouse in the heart of midtown Manhattan.

Upon entry you will be warmly welcomed by the friendly and knowledgeable staff who will seat you at your table and floor of 

preference – as there are three levels to choose from.   White tablecloths and napkins grace the warm mahogany tables which are decked out ever so elegantly with fine china, flatware and clean cut glassware.  The artfully designed menus are loaded with decadent dishes to choose from.  Steaks are juicy and seared to perfection and their sushi is par excellence. Every bite off of every dish is bursting with fresh flavors and the presentations are inspiringly creative.

On “live nights” enjoy being serenaded by violinists or saxophonists which definitely adds some joie de vivre. So when looking for a night out on the town La Brochette is the ultimate dining experience!
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Sylvia Korn - 09/23/13

The food was fabulous! We like the new look. We were regulars at La Carne Grill and missed it terribly. This is a really great place. Service was outstanding. Only one criticism, the musician (which is a nice idea), really didn't play for us. He played for two minutes and then went out to smoke. He also kept running back and forth without playing anything. We were the only ones in the restaurant. Just to be clear we loved the restaurant and hopes it succeeds!

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