The Brasserie restaurant has been a culinary fixture in Georgetown for over thirteen years. In the past six years, with the partnership of DJM restaurants and owners Clarence and Lisa Flowers, the Brasserie has evolved into an even more spectacular jewel of the island. Through these years of research, training, and planning this evolution, the Brasserie was proud to re-open it’s doors in the beginning of 2010 with a brand new organic garden, state of the art exhibition kitchen, a walk-in wine room with over 300 selections kept at the perfect temperature and their own fishing boat which ensures they always have fresh catch from the sea. The Brasserie restaurant is a boutique 65 seat restaurant with bar that warms the soul with it’s British colonial charm. The restaurant is a hidden gem known by locals for it’s incredible fresh and interesting modern Caribbean cuisine. The restaurant hosts interesting dinners each month including a guest chef series where world famous chefs come to cook on the island for a weekend with Chef Max. They also host harvest dinners, which take place right in their organic garden and highlight the crops of the moment, in addition to cooking classes taught by Chef Max right in his amazing new kitchen. Chef Max has trusted the daily chef duties to his prodigy, Brad Phillips, who has opened numerous restaurants for Chef Max. Both chefs thrive in the excitement of delivering amazing cuisine cooked from their ultimate “farm to table” environment. Front of the house direction is handled by manager and sommelier, Kyle Kennedy, whose enthusiasm for great food and wine pairings and crisp friendly service set the stage for an amazing experience. You can find the Brasserie restaurant and Market in Cricket Square, which is Georgetown’s most modern and elegant business complex.
The Brasserie Market is a fashionable café where locals come to get made to order salads, European style sandwiches, healthy hot food specialties, and the island’s best coffee. The market is focused on sourcing the freshest local ingredients from island farmers, the Brasserie Garden, and their own fishing boat. They provide healthy and flavorful cuisine and take pride in serving only fresh vegetables, house-made soups, stews, hot foods, and dressings. They are front-runners on the island in green practices using all biodegradable products.