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4 based on 207 reviews
Welcome to Noir. French inspired, Modern cuisine in an elegant, informal environment. Noir is the first venture for partners Peter Roddy and Ebony Vagg, food and wine lovers as well as hospitality professionals who together with their dedicated team bring
A small, but outstanding restaurant with some interesting ideas on modern French food. The table service was top-notch and whilst the food wasn't cheap, it represented good value for money. Wine selection was also first class and suggestions made by the waiter regarding which wines to have with our meals were considered and worthwhile. This establish is well worth a visit- go ahead and book it!
4 based on 176 reviews
Although this cosy little cafÃ© has rebranded itself as the French Wine CafÃ©, it still serves nice breakfasts (wine free, I might add!) We popped in a couple of times whilst staying at The Blackman, where it opens up from the foyer. The first time we were looking for something light to start the day and hubbie settled for the fresh fruit salad with honey drizzled yoghurt â a big serve, nice and freshâ¦mmm. I perused the lovely range of pastries available and opted for the generously proportioned almond croissant. The coffee is very good too. The second time we were looking for something more substantial and had the rÃ¶sti with smoked trout, and the croque madame; both were well executed, nicely presented and thoroughly enjoyed. The staff are friendly enough and the service lacked nothing. Weâll be staying at the hotel again soon and we plan to enjoy breakfast at this nice little cafÃ© once more.
4 based on 452 reviews
Bistrot d'Orsay has been situated in picturesque Collins Street for 20 years, in an area regarded as the âParis Endâ. The interior is instantly evocative of the French capital with trompe lâoeil ceiling and a towering vintage French poster adorning the di
We have waited ages to return and now know why. Beautiful ambiance, friendly, warm and professional French staff. Delicious food and as you would expect a great wine list. This really like being back in Paris for us. We shared the charcuterie platter (note the Chicken Liver pate was sublime). I went for the lamb special while the man did the beef. We unashamedly shared the pear tarte tatin and a lovely dessert wine. Could not have been happier
4 based on 641 reviews
Instantly welcoming the French Brasserie offers a relaxing sanctuary at the top end of town. Soaring ceilings and vast glass expanses achieve a chic contemporary atmosphere while friendly attentive staff anticipate your every need. Open for lunch Monday -
Absolutely a great french rerstaurant.After a superbe and warm welcome by restaurant owner ( genuine welcome, and genuine care ), you will be able to seat and relax in this greatly and smartly designed restaurant, with high ceiling, mezzazine ...Menu a la Carte offers a good variety of french most popular dishes.The wine selection is great also, and reasonnably priced.You will be served by french waitresses who are extremelly charming.So, if looking for a chic french experience, dont go any further.2 car parks just 1 minute away from restaurant are avalaible.I recommend :Boeuf Bourguignon : superbe !( marinated beef, served with red wine french sauce )Bonjour,Thanks for your feedback and review. We're pleased to hear that you enjoyed dining with us and that the staff took care of you, thank you for mentioning. The Beef Bourguignon is one of our favourite meals, so glad that liked it - it is a true dish of France. We'll be sure to pass on your kind words to our staff and team, and we're glad you enjoyed your visit.MerciChrissy SThe French Brasserie
4 based on 591 reviews
The Parisian waiter who now calls Melbourne home, tables for two which somehow accommodate four, long and narrow, specials scribed in haste on vintage mirrored walls, hustle and bustle as the door to the kitchen constantly swings, stained wooden floors and butcher's paper tablecloth. It sounds, smells and tastes like that little place you found on your first trip to Paris, 4th arrondissement, down by the Seine. A truly authentic experience ... and voilÃ the food is trÃ¨s bonBetween our four we had for starters ... sardines, moules, langoustine and scallops, each dish magnificent. Almost forgot the extraordinary crusty bread and most divine butter.For main fillet de boeuf, steak tartare, entrecote and whole fish whiting. To a standard that let's just say, was better than what you get in France. Certainly for the price.And now for the icing on the cake ... its BYO (Sunday to Friday).
4 based on 335 reviews
Chez Olivier at its new location is really singing! Our experience was great from beginning to end. Service is efficient and timely and very friendly (all the waiting staff had a smile ready). An interesting menu: we had a goats cheese entre wrapped in filo surrounded by a light salad, followed by the confit of duck. Both were delicious and well balanced. The wine list was adequate, although I would have expected to see a few more Burgundy wines on the list. No table cloths but it did have cloth napkins. The restaurant was very popular on the night we were there, and rightly so. A top destination.
4 based on 36 reviews
Chez Bagou is an elegant and chic French Bistro run by Aurelien Bagou, which opened in Melbourne's Albert Park, September 2018. Quaint and authentic food presented in Bistronomie style and served by superb staff, knowledgeable, friendly and 5 star service
After my partner and I had 3 courses each, most meals were good, not amazing, but good. The dessert Tarte Tatin was a big let down but not as big a let down as being charged $20 per bottle of wine for corkage! We had some really nice bottles of French wine, we brought back from France and wanted to enjoy these with our French meal. Chez Bagou openly advertises BYO on a Tuesday and Sunday night on the website, however there is no reference of the corkage charge here nor on any menus we were presented with. When we sat down my partner queried the BYO he saw on the website with the waiter, yet still no mention of the $20 per bottle corkage charge. A little transparency here would have gone a long way. Needless to say receiving the bill and seeing a $40 charge for a bottle and a half of wine left such a sour note on what was supposed to be a really special evening for my partner and I. We have previously dined here and enjoyed it hence we were looking forward to coming back. We let the waiter know we were expecting a corkage charge, that goes without saying, but an amount of $40 was not appreciated especially as there was no transparency surrounding the charge. $40 is simply gross profiteering off your customers, it would be far better to not offer BYO on any night. After my partner and I dined here he sent an email to Chez Bagou to give feedback through the right channels, we never received a response!
4 based on 487 reviews
Enjoy the ambience of a night in a buzzing French bistro in Melbourne without the jet lag. We aim to make your experience completely enjoyable.
Bistro Thierry delivered a great experience for our special occasion. Met warmly at the door, we were shown to a good table and assisted with some parcels and jackets. We had actually looked at the online menu (both food and wine) and decided what we wanted, so ordering was easy. Drinks were served quickly and with friendly efficiency. The fit out of Thierry's is something of a draw card in itself - certainly takes you to Paris! Our food was top quality - particularly the lamb shoulder: melt in the mouth texture. I can see why it is rated so highly, and would certainly support that.We are delighted to hear you enjoyed your BT experience. Customer satisfaction is our number one goal so it is great to learn this has been achieved on this occasion. We look forward to welcoming you back. Merci beaucoup!
4 based on 518 reviews
Roule Galette is a little piece of France in the city where you will find French staff, speaking the language of Voltaire who will serve you in a warm and intimate setting reminiscent of Montmartre in Paris. Music, whether Breton or French songs of the la
Back in Melbourne for a visit, we definitely had to go eat at the Roule Galette again. Our meals were as fabulous as in the previous year. :-) Perfectly prepared galettes (= the savoury variety made with buckwheat) and crepes (= the sweet ones), friendly and prompt service, pleasant atmosphere. Merci beaucoup!
4 based on 243 reviews
Set opposite Fawkner Park in a stunning classic Victorian building, Bistro Gitan reflects a warm and intimate choice for your next dining experience. Charming and comforting, the Bistro is the perfect environment for celebrations, as well as inviting enou
We picked out the âGypsyâ bistro on a whim, having a penchant for French food and wanting something within walking distance to where we were staying. We were so glad we did! Located in a beautiful old building, the ambience is warm, welcoming and chic simplicity. Thereâs no haughtiness in the authentic French service here, either â from our greeting at the door, throughout our meal and up to being helped into our jackets on the way out, we loved it and couldnât fault it. Hubbie even managed to get himself a bit tangled up getting his second sleeve on and the staff member assisting gently guided his arm into place, while we all shared a giggle. The dim candlelight means you do have to peer closely at the menu if youâre approaching the senior end of lifeâs spectrum but it makes for a beautiful glow, very flattering ;-) Superbly crusty baguette to nibble on was much appreciated, though the butter portion could have been a tiny bit more generous (note: this is my only minor criticism of the entire meal!). The regular menu holds many traditional delights, beautifully supported by the temptations of the blackboard specials. Hubbieâs escargots were served in traditional, garlicky style and pronounced delish. I opted to start with the pepperberry liver parfait and what a gastronomically divine experience it was. The little pot of silky smooth parfait was exquisitely flavoursome, the richness beautifully cut by the crowning mixture of pickles, and there was a veritable mountain of wickedly unctuous, wafer thin toasts to spread it on. Choosing our mains was no easy task â the scotch fillet on the regular menu beckoned (in no small part because it included chips!) but the Bavette a la Bordelaise from the blackboard was also begging attention. Eventually we opted for one of each and both were excellent, though Iâd have to say the bavette, a meltingly tender slab of flank steak, liberally anointed with red wine sauce was probably the winner by a slim margin. A shared side of salad leaves was all the extra we needed. The wine list is most impressive and if you had the notion to do so, you could cause serious harm to your bank account with some of the offerings. However, thereâs more than a sprinkling of good, solid wines at highly realistic prices and thereâs also the option of wine by the glass, and in small and medium sized carafes. Although we were quite full, hubbie managed the super light, citrus meringue tart, served with a quenelle of tangy calamansi sorbet. A delicious, out-of-the-ordinary quince liqueur rounded things out nicely. We were impressed at the excellent value for one of the best meals weâve had in a long time!Thank you for joining us at Bistro Gitan, and for passing along your lovely feedback. We endeavour to offer the highest standards of food and service, and it's wonderful to hear that your expectations of the Bistro were matched. We hope that we'll see you again soon for another delicious meal. Best wishes, Bistro Gitan team
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