Chef Corey Lee’s Modern French Bistro
From his success at Benu (one of the top restaurants in San Francisco lavished with three Michelin stars and ranked 67 on the World’s Best List), Chef Corey Lee then opened a relaxed, yet refined modern French bistro in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco – Monsieur Benjamin. The restaurant is the perfect place for weekend brunch to leisurely splurge and feast on a most satisfying meal.
Drinks and Libations
Open up your appetite with a wine or cocktail from the Beverage Menu. The restaurant offers an excellent variety of French wines as well as strong cocktail to keep you happy for the duration of the meal and beyond.
Fruits de Mer, Petits Plats, and Hors’ D’Oeuvres
The leisurely enjoyment of weekend brunch equates to starting the meal with a few (or several) small plates and appetizers. And if you’re going to splurge at Monsieur Benjamin, you might as well begin with fresh seafood to pair with your drinks.
Plats de Resistance
If you are still hungry for more beyond variety of small plates and appetizers, the main courses will surely fill you up. Weekend Brunch offers classic brunch plates, such as egg dishes and French Toast. If you want to really get full, you can also feast on duck confit, a burger, or steak frites.
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451 Gough St., San Francisco
Monday to Wednesday, 5pm to 10:30pm
Thursday and Friday, 5pm to 12am
Saturday, 11am to 2:30pm and 5pm to 12am
Sunday, 11am to 2:30pm and 5pm to 10:30pm
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