Brassica Kitchen + Cafe Now Open in Forest Hills

Brassica Kitchen + Cafe, a restaurant that evolved out of a pop-up, will open for its first dinner service tonight, June 1, in Forest Hills.

Per the restaurant’s Facebook page:

Brassica, which is taking over the Fazenda space on Washington Street across from Forest Hills station, emerged out of WHISK, a pop-up by co-chef-owners Jeremy Kean and Phil Kruta that temporarily served diners in Jamaica Plain and other neighborhoods.

Brassica “will serve the flavorfully fun French-American comfort fare WHISK was known for, using locally grown, seasonal ingredients in unexpected ways with delicious results,” according to the restaurant.

The restaurant’s address is 3710 Washington St. in Jamaica Plain.

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  • Robert Ellis

    I’m surprised the community allowed them to open. What percent of their menu will be affordable to families making $26,000 per year? It better be at least 70%.

    • kinopio

      Not sure if you are kidding or not but home kitchens aren’t just decorative, some people use them to cook meals affordably at home.