Quite possibly one of the biggest restaurant openings this city has seen, Rochambeau will take your breath away.
Step inside, and you’re completely transported out of the city.
Once you’re in Rochambeau, you don’t feel like you’re in boston. It’s like a perisian subway downstairs, Persian café on the other side, a dining room upstairs, a pdr overlooking Boylston street.
The French brasserie features brass lighting, marble tables, greenery, and booths that you can really sink in to and relax.
Every morning should begin in the café. You’ll find croissants, muffins, scones, and a delicious cup of joe. It has everything you need to start your day off in the right way.
When day turns to night head to the bar, or make your way upstairs to indulge in the delicacies.
You’ll find all of the classic favorites on the menu, but reinterpreted with different cultural influences to kick them up a notch.
The Salmon Tartare is a great way to start.
The Lobster Cavatelli is one of the most popular dishes on the menu. Using a traditional French sauce, local lobster, handmade pasta, and an egg to top it off, this dish is a perfect combination of here and there.
Next time you’re looking for a delicious way to start or end your day, Rochambeau is the place to go.
Rochambeau as we put it, is fun first. It’s great vibe, great music, great cocktails, great food, of course.
You can find them at Nine Hundred Boylston Street or online at RochambeauBoston.com.