The new design is a miss. The wife had the gorganzola fillet with mashed potatoes and asparagus, and I had the pork mignon wellington with the porcinni sauce and seasonal vegetables. The steak itself was tough and fatty, and I ended up leaving a large portion on the plate. We thought the crab cakes entree was delicious and enjoyed the sweet dessert of crepes and profiteroles. Aura Brasserie 15977 City Walk, Sugar Land 281-403-2872 Hours: Tue. Enjoyed Aura again this past weekend. We had not been back for nearly one year, but they've made a step change improvement in decor and sound management.
Tile floors are awful for restaurants. It makes for a perfect finish to a perfect dinner. Will try again at some point. Our last date night had actually ended at Aura and the manager and bartenders made us feel so special then that I knew they'd be perfect accomplices for a little romantic surprise. The dish is steeped in comforting, earthy flavors, giving you a taste of sweetness with dried cherries in the curried couscous with a crunchy almond accent, all of it providing the layers of contrasting tastes and textures that make a perfect dish. They also have a business mans lunch special that sounds great! My wife had the wedge salad to start and then split the steak frites with her friend. Just don't forget to save room for creme brûlée and the profiteroles!! It was nice to try this place out but nothing wowed me to come back.
In addition, they are considering dropping liquor and keeping wine and beer, which sell better, Michelle said. The menu at Aura Brasserie offers plenty for those who aren't too adventurous with their dining preferences as well as numerous options for those who may enjoy dining more 'outside the box'! Excellent from start to finish. Come see us for elegance with a casual twist Aura Brasserie offers a perfect fusion of American Cuisine, French Cuisine, Traditional and French Techniques. Our portions and pricing make weekly dinners easy and on any day, you can get a fabulous steak, magnificently prepared fish, or just about anything your palate may crave. Situated right next to Reve Bridal Store in Town Square, Aura is a shining beacon of fine dining in a side of town that has grown accustomed to making the drive into the Inner Loop for nice nights out. I came here with my mother and my aunts for Houston Restaurant Week.
We enjoyed a quiet table, a very good bottle of wine and the options offered for the Houston Restaurant Week. Innovative American with French Techniques. The flounder and crab dish- same crab filling as the beignets, and an odd accompaniment of mounds of mashed potatoes which we could have done without. Or niece enjoyed the beef spareribs and her husband had the salmon, which was cooked perfectly and looked and smelled delicious. I don't normally send things back but this needed some heat.
Image: But seasonal specials are just that: seasonal. Have tried it twice since the change. So, if you've been thinking of tiny, weird, expensive food - Stop! Hostess' outfit looked like workout clothes. We tried the escargot, the crab beignets, the duck confit, the crab and flounder dish, and the dark chocolate bread pudding. Very good food and service. Those expecting the old layout on the website are in for a rude surprise. Will not eat at a place that looks like a cheaply furnished coffee shop.
Born in Lyon, France, and designated a master chef of France, he has a decades-long career in the restaurant industry. Flounder sandwich delicious, although get the almost-too-spicy sauce on the side. Desserts were a hit all around - pecan pie, crème brûlée and chocolate cake. I should mention that we split a surprisingly good Bordeaux. Come see us for elegance with a casual twist. Chef Perrier loves food, loves to cook and loves to 'play' outside the box.
It was tasty and cooked well. As a result, the Perriers said they will likely make some changes this spring. My hubby had 2 nice glasses of wine. The pate was amazing served with French bread. The steak was excellent with wonderful sauce. I took my girlfriend out for a romantic evening and the team at Aura were just the best.
They are deciding whether to separate the tables from the bar area at the front of the restaurant. The wife opted for the cold smoked salmon salad for the first course. Aura was definitely the right place! The service was excellent, the atmosphere slightly noisy but within reason, and altogether we had a great time. However, while Aura is French in detail and cooking technique, the Perriers strive to avoid fussy cuisine. While scouting for a few good local eateries a year ago, I came across.
Frédéric Perrier says he was born to cook. If the plates come out together, I run the risk of having my hot meal cooling off before it reaches me. I had the pate and my date the calamari appetizer. My brother said the pecan crusted chicken was good, my dad loved the crab stuffed founder, and the sea bass was good but seemed lukewarm when I got it. Options include smoked-venison empanadas and stuffed shrimp with angel hair pasta, but reservations start early, Michelle said. With chef Frederic Perrier about to be awarded Master Chef status in his homeland of France the highest culinary award the country can give , you cannot afford to miss this food. Image: Trying to find some local dives in Sugar Land can often feel like looking for a needle in a hay stack—a whole lot of itchy fluff with the occasional shining treasure.
Aura Brassiere offers consistently good food and excellent service. He opened Aura Brasserie in Sugar Land Town Square in 2013 to bring what he hoped was accessible and ever-changing French cooking to the city, his wife, Michelle Perrier, said. Chocolate bread pudding not too sweet, a nice finish to the meal. Overall the experience was mediocre. The truly adventurous can Reserve in Advance for Chef's 5-Course Tasting Menu with or without pairings. The family liked the oysters. Unfortunately there was no getting away from the noise.