French Restaurants Sydney
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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Sydney has some of the best French dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best French Restaurants in Sydney.
The Langham Hotel Sydney
Offers the following facilities including Restaurant, Bar, Function, Wedding, Hotel and Accommodation located in Sydney Cbd, New South Wales. Serving stunning French and International cuisine.
The Langham Hotel Sydney has the following features: Accommodation, Bar, Degustation, Family Friendly, Function Venue, Hotel, Private Dining Room, Romantic, Vegan Friendly, Wedding.
The Little Snail Restaurant
At the Little Snail we seek to provide a total dining experience. Most guests opt for the fixed price, 3 course dinner menu at $59, for which we are famous and our 3 course lunch special for $36 on offer 7 days per week. The Little Snail also specializes in corporate functions, special events, parties and any group bookings up to 200 people. We also have private rooms available. Should you have any special requirements outside these options, please enquire with our staff, we are happy to cater to your needs.
glass brasserie is the definitive Sydney dining experience by celebrity restaurateur Luke Mangan, with interiors by esteemed New York designer Tony Chi. The 240-seat restaurant provides guests and Sydneysiders with an unprecedented dining experience in the heart of the city, offering simplicity, quality and consistency in all aspects of food, wine and service. The restaurant features a 13 metre floor to ceiling glass wall which frames a captivating view of the historic Queen Victoria Building.
Welcome to La Brasserie, Sydney’s most authentic Parisian brasserie dining experience. Situated in the lively restaurant scene of Crown Street, Darlinghurst, La Brasserie offers you superb traditional French cuisine complemented by a comprehensive selection of fine French and Australian wines. All this in the warm atmosphere we’ve created for you.
La Renaissance Patisserie Francaise
A family business established in 1974, La Renaissance has established its reputation as one of Australia's finest patisseries by maintaining the highest standards in the production of cakes, pastries, savouries, chocolates and macarons. Only the best and freshest ingredients are used and everything is handmade daily in our kitchen in The Rocks by our team of talented pastry cooks. Our food can be enjoyed in the outdoor café nestled between historic sandstone walls, accompanied by delicious coffee. It may also be packaged for take-away. For those special occasions choose from our range on this website and contact us to place your order.
The Woollahra hotel has long been one of the eastern suburbs most iconic venues. From the large open roof terrace “The Terrace” to its one hatted restaurant, Bistro Moncur, the Woollahra hotel has something for everybody. New TAB Facilities cater for those wanting to try their luck, whilst the Woollahra Bar, with its relaxed atmosphere will have you rubbing shoulders with many known faces. Moncur Cellars has everything you need to take home and with the new inclusion of the terrace function room, the Woollahra Hotel will see you playing host to your own private parties.
Welcome to Tetsuya's Tetsuya’s Restaurant is located at 529 Kent Street, Sydney. Tetsuya Wakuda refurbished an heritage-listed site, with influences of traditional Japanese-inspired style, to create a serene dining enclave in the city. The restaurant offers three main dining areas overlooking an exquisite Japanese garden, private yet atmospheric rooms for larger groups, and a bar at which guests may enjoy a pre-dinner drink before commencing their meal. Every room also features pieces from Tetsuya's eclectic art and ceramic collection, from delicate Japanese porcelain to bold Australian sculptures. The cuisine is unique, based on the Japanese philosophy of using natural seasonal flavours, and enhanced by classic French technique.