Brugge Brasserie

Service: Eh.

Booze: Wine and a list of beers with impressive ABV, including a few of their own brews.


L’enorme Pommes Frites | with mayonnaise, homemade ketchup, roasted garlic aioli, horseradish, sweet chili, sea salt & sherry vinegar, blue cheese, aioli, poplar syrup & french dijon, hot curry, sauce andalouse, and fresh herb pesto $ 12.95

Maple Leaf Farms Duck Crêpe | pan-seared with sweet onion confit and mustard, served with mixed greens $ 12.95

I love love love the plethora of sauce option: delicious little reasons to order a l’enorme pommes frites for myself. The fries themselves are pretty good, too, ha! I’ve dined here several times, but I keep returning to the same menu items… such as the duck crêpe. Tangy mustard provides a sharp bite to balance the richness of fatty duck and sweet onion confit, all wrapped up happily together in a cooked-to-order, chewy, savory pancake… délicieux!

Kudos: Nice deck.

Overall: I avoid busy nights at Brugge like the plague, but it’s a great spot to relax in the afternoons whilst sipping on beer and munching on fries.
011 E Westfield Blvd
Indianapolis, IN 46220

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  1. Reply
    Sara Croft (@saraelysecroft) October 23, 2012

    Wow, your photos are gorgeous! Did you have to ask them to let you take the photos or did you just take them anyway? Anyway, they’re awesome. Good stuff here.

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      admin October 23, 2012

      Thank you! I never ask permission, I just start shooting and usually it gets owners/chefs/managers/servers really excited and they want to see my work. I was asked to stop once but after I explained what I was doing, they were slightly more comfortable with it.

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    WIBIAwibia December 17, 2012

    Love the site, where did you go?

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      admin December 18, 2012

      Thank you!
      We are too far broke right now to eat out :(
      I really hope I can start up again after the new year.

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    tjcuzns May 28, 2013

    Great pictures.

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