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French Restaurants in Sydney

 Discover French cuisine in Sydney’s restaurants

Sydney’s French restaurants appeal to both gourmands and casual diners thanks to their creative and inspired menus. You'll find some of the most exciting French restaurants in Sydney not only in the city centre, but from the eastern suburbs, through to the inner west, and across the northern beaches. In fact, no matter which area you find yourself, you’ll be able to find that perfect French spot for a meal to remember, and with Quandoo booking any of Sydney’s French restaurants is that much easier.

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Le Bouchon

Le Bouchon

Crows Nest
French$$$$
5.5/671
Le Bouchon
Chez Maurice et Linda

Chez Maurice et Linda

Balgowlah
French$$$$
5.5/675
Chez Maurice et Linda
Bistro 32

Bistro 32

Caringbah
French$$$$
5.4/690
Bistro 32
Le Trader

Le Trader

Pyrmont
French$$$$
5.7/66
Le Trader
Bistrot Gavroche

Bistrot Gavroche

Chippendale
French
4.9/612
Bistrot Gavroche
Good Vibes Organics

Good Vibes Organics

Chatswood
French$$$$
5.0/61
Good Vibes Organics
Hayes St Wharf Bistro

Hayes St Wharf Bistro

Neutral Bay
French$$$$
4.3/67
Hayes St Wharf Bistro
Larousse Restaurant

Larousse Restaurant

Rockdale
French$$$$
6.0/62
Larousse Restaurant
The Little Snail

The Little Snail

Pyrmont
French$$$$
3.5/62
The Little Snail
Brasserie L'Entrecote

Brasserie L'Entrecote

Pymble
French$$$$
5.2/642
Brasserie L'Entrecote
Loluk Bistro

Loluk Bistro

Surry Hills
French$$$$
5.6/611
Loluk Bistro
Saveur

Saveur

Roseville
French$$$$
5.0/62
Saveur
Peppercorn

Peppercorn

Cremorne
French
Peppercorn
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    What’s the fuss about Sydney’s French restaurants then?

    Sydney is the largest city in Australia and famous around the world thanks to its unique, picturesque natural landscapes, iconic harbour and spectacular architecture, as well as its thriving culinary scene. Particularly, Sydney’s French restaurants have been making a name for themselves in the restaurant scene for many years, and are most often the choice destination for an elegant and inspired evening out for many of the city’s foodies. With an array of various French restaurants in Sydney, with everything from bistros to brasseries, hole-in-the-wall spaces to hatted haunts, there is the perfect French restaurant in Sydney, for every palate, pocket and preference.
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    Make one of Sydney's French restaurants the highlight of your day

    Sydney is home to some of the most iconic sites and destinations, with visitors from around the world flocking to this harbour city to visit its famous Harbour Bridge and Opera House. And what’s a better way to end a day exploring all Sydney has to offer then a wonderful and elegant meal at one of Sydney’s opulent French restaurants. You’ll discover soft, candlelit lighting, subtle subtle decor and million-dollar views, and that's all before you open the menu. Try popular French restaurant, Hayes St Wharf Bistro in Neutral Bay, Loluk Bistro in Surry Hills or Peppercorn in Cremorne for a more elegant experience which will transport to the brasseries and bistros Paris is famous for.
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    So, what's on the menu at Sydney's top French restaurants?

    Pay a visit to Crows Nest’s Le Bouchon, one of Sydney’s very best French restaurants, where keeping an eye out for their signature confit duck leg with pureed carrots and puy lentils followed by their decadent take on chocolate marquise with Cointreau or the chilled nougat souffle. Or, if you find yourself in Pymble, Brasserie L’Entrecote is a Sydney restaurant institution. These French specialists boast a menu brimming with dishes like le crab (crab and avocado with chilli veloute) or the twice-baked cheese souffle with confit onion marmalade. Though, if we’re honest no visit to this Sydney French restaurant is complete without treating yourself to one of their premium steaks cooked just how you like it, topped with a special house-made sauce, with a side delicious, crispy French fries.
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    Straight from the sea

    Thanks to the city's coastal location, seafood is a staple in Sydney’s French restaurants. Large platters of mussels, prawns and scallops alongside fresh cod, salmon and oysters take centre stage – think, prawn and scallop ragout with a shellfish bisque and puff pastry fleurons from Bistro 32 or, dorade et pommes confites of quality New Zealand snapper with confit potatoes and fennel salad washed down with a chilled glass of French sémillon at Bistrot Gavroche. If all that sounds right up your alley, then jump on Quandoo and let us do the hard work for you. Simply filter according to your price point and location and we’ll show you the very best French restaurants in Sydney that will suit your occasion perfectly. Sounds ideal, doesn’t it?
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    How to book the perfect French restaurant in Sydney

    So, have we got you craving a delectable croque monsieur, duck à l’orange or crème brûlée yet? Well, what are you waiting for? All you need to do to reserve that perfect French restaurant in Sydney is to jump on Quandoo and reserve your tables before you get going. Just select the area, cuisine and price point most appropriate, let us know the date and you’re away. All you need to do now is get excited and work up an appetite. You’re in for a serious culinary treat at one of Quandoo’s French restaurants in Sydney. Bon Appetit!