Reviews on French food in Yarra Glen, Victoria, Australia including Roule Galette Melbourne, Bon Ap' Petit Bistro, The French Brasserie, Bistro Thierry, Bistrot d'Orsay, Philippe, Noir
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4 based on 206 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 225 reviews
Philippe Mouchel Rated as one of the world's finest French Chefs, undertaking his apprenticeship at Hotel Le Grand Cerf, Evreux, Philippe Mouchel began his career at the age of 16 and recently opened 'Philippe' in Melbourne. Philippe is a contemporary Fre
We were a party of 14 for dinner with a pre-arranged (smaller) menu.For my starter I ate the Ora king salmon marinÃ© gravlax with fennel and beetroot salad and walnut mayonnaise. Fine salmon, delicately pickled baby beetroot and subtle mayonnaise. Splendidly balanced and delicious.For mains I had Gold band snapper, with a safron risotto galette and asparagus fumet. The flavours on the plate were to die for - and more pearls of flavour than listed on the menu. Fish skin crusted and seasoned perfectly. We who ordered this all coo-ed throughout the eating.Chou profiterole for desert, with hazlenut pralinÃ© cream, yuzu, and pralinÃ© ice-cream. Unexpected orange accents throughout. Refined and delicious.Vegetarian colleague had fixed starter and main and choice of desert. Whilst the usual suspects were there (asparagus followed by gnocchi), the treatments, flavours and plating were anything but. One of our diners is allergic to olive oil and that was catered for.An excellent wine list and attentive service.Very slow delivery of the first course - 60 minutes from ordering to first plates; we all went through two rounds of sliced baguettes and butter - makes this a 4 rather than 5 star rating. Be warned: steep flight of stairs down from ground-floor entrance and no lift.Highly recommended. I will return.
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 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 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 163 reviews
We enjoyed a very delicious brunch here this morning, from a small but interesting menu. The lunch & dinner menus also looked very interesting and I hope to get back here to explore the food offering further.Service was excellent, from the moment we entered until we left. My coffee was a step above the norm too.Well priced and a fascinating space, well worth the visit.
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!
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