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4 French Restaurants in Melbourne

Discover Melbourne’s best French restaurants

French cuisine sets the benchmark when it comes to flavour, presentation and finesse, and in Melbourne’s French restaurants you’ll be in for a culinary treat you’re unlikely to forget. With so many wonderful French restaurants in Melbourne to choose from, it can be a little overwhelming. Luckily, Quandoo makes it all a bit easier. From the heart of the CBD, to the cool inner-city haunts and right out to the leafy outer suburbs, you’ll find an array of restaurants to suit every occasion and appetite. Whether you’re in the mood for a high-end, elegant affair or a cosy bistro dinner, Quandoo can help you select the perfect French restaurant in Melbourne.

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Paris Go

Paris Go

The French Baguette Cafe

The French Baguette Cafe

Tu Restaurant

South Yarra
Tu Restaurant
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    Treat yourself in Melbourne’s French restaurants

    French cuisine is renowned as being one of the finest in the world, but there's no need to feel intimidated. Pay Paris Go a visit in Carlton. This Melbourne French restaurant is a favourite among Francophiles, and with dishes like moules au Champagne featuring steamed Tasmanian mussels with Champagne sauce, canard a la montmorency of confit leg roasted in port with red currants and wild baby figs and one of the best crème brûlées you’ll find in Melbourne. There’s nothing quite like treating yourself to a special meal to mark a special occasion or simply, just because. And when the time arises, the French restaurants in Melbourne certainly provide the perfect backdrop for an evening to remember.
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    Refine your palate at Melbourne French restaurants

    Gallic cuisine is well known for its sophisticated and precise approach to food. Although, historically French dishes were heavily influenced by the Italian and Mediterranean cuisines. It wasn't until the 17th century that France began to truly develop its national cuisine into something truly unique. Signature and regional flavours were created, traditional techniques were perfected, and staple sauces like Béchamel were created to serve as delicious backbones to many a recipe. Whether you're indulging in a hearty lunch, or treating yourself to a full three-course evening meal, this culinary history can be seen and savoured today at French restaurants in Melbourne.