Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 14:30
Mon - Sat: 18:30 - 22:30
As its name suggests, this is a casual bistro in true French style, serving authentic French fare in a casual, welcoming setting. The set meals allow you to put together your own meal of classics like coq au vin and braised lamb shank.
I guess there was nothing I could explain about this $25 set meal that I had. The ingredients of my main course, Seafood Cannelloni was aplenty. It came with scallops, crabmeat and prawns, and the portion of the salad was satisfactory. Oh yes, the tiramisu was very nice too so the overall verdict is: good value (at $25, what more can you ask for, right?), polite and attentive servers and nice and cozy ambience :)
Bypassed too often, good food at reasonable prices should try to remember to eat here more often,
Food: Pitched as a 3 course lunch, if you count coffee (as most do), it's a four course. Starters- my favourite, snails in herb butter, save your bread for dipping into the butter. My son ordered the pork rillette- tasty too, but the snails were better.
For mains: I ordered the pork neck braised, served with mash. Delicious and chunky. Other half ordered the beef stew - chunky beef with tasty sauce. The fish was a barramundi (or was it "kim bak lor") pan fried. good but order the pork neck!
Dessert was creme brulee - mine was not creamy enough, but the cream puff was tasty. Lemon mouse with mixed fruit was the best. Ended with coffee and Tea.
Value: Great value at about $35 per head.
Ambience: Near by, comfortable, cool and not too bad parking on a weekday.
Service: Quiet, unassuming and prompt.