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Best French Restaurants in Adelaide

Best French Restaurants In Adelaide,SA

Expert recommended Best French Restaurants in Adelaide,SA. To help you find the best French Restaurants in Adelaide located near to you, we put together our own list based on customers reviews which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!.

Madame Hanoi

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Spicy Pork, Prawn Noodle Soup, Turmeric Kingfish, Mixed Herbs, Rice Noodle, Rockling Dressing, Bok Choy, Fried Garlic, Crispy Prawn, Charcoal Bao, Asian Slaw, Crispy Shallots, Chili Mayo, Sticky Black Vinegar Lamb Ribs, Pomegranate, Herbs, Crispy Fried Eggplant, Sticky Soy Sauce, Green Mango, Papaya, Peanuts, Coriander, Chilli, Lime, Carrot, Steamed Rice, Saigon Style Charred Corn, Tofu, Okra, Baby Carrots, Eggplant, Bean Sauce, Dessert, Drinks

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Multi-award winning French-Vietnamese Bar & Bistro. Savour barista coffee or cold-drip, single origin Vietnamese coffee, and assorted delights. Gather throughout the day and into the night to delight in an impressive wine selection, draught and craft beers and fresh full-flavoured French-Vietnamese dishes, best enjoyed in a shared grazing style. Savour barista coffee or cold-drip, single origin Vietnamese coffee, and assorted sweet and savoury delights.

La Buvette Drinkery

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Bread & Butter, Olives, Crudités, French Onion Soup, Beef Tartare, Oysters, Croque Monsieur, Ham & Eggs, Steak Sandwich, Côte De Boeuf, Steak Frites, Salade Verte, Desserts

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Feels like backstreet Paris but it’s laneway Adelaide…the winelist is packed with French and Local Natural & Organic Wines, Premium Spirits, Specialty Apéritifs, Cocktails + a bistro style menu of house classics & crowd favourites. The window opens out to street-side dining, stand and enjoy your drink and mingle on the sidewalk, Euro style Originating from France, La Buvette’s owners wanted to create a space where they could bring the French Apéritif culture to life…. They aim to transport clientele straight to the streets of Paris to the corner ‘cave a vin’, or neighbourhood bar. La Buvette had an historic old-wordly feel to the exterior, but spilling out onto the pavement is a cool crowd of locals just enjoying a glass of seriously good wine, conversation and having a great time! La Buvette is family owned and operated with a shared European passion and love for gathering together with great wine, and delicious, but simple food.

Herringbone Restaurant

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Soy Roasted Almonds, Smoked Ocean Trout Crostini, Celeriac, Roasted Garlic Aioli, Gazander Oyster, Baked Pumpkin, Café De Paris Butter, Marinated Chèvre, Jus De Rôti, Fried Potatoes, Garlic, Rosemary, Iceberg Salad, Cucumber, Honey Dew, Fried Bread, Buttermilk Vinaigrette, Sweet And Cheese

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We provide a rich experience woven together by culture, food, warmth, hospitality and community for our guests. We cook simply with an earth-to-table approach to reflect the diversity of our South Australian seasons.

Chambord Restaurant and Bar

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Belly Pork, Muesli, Bacon Eggs, Gravlax, Bircher Muesli, Porkn Belly Crispy, Fried Eggs, Lamb, Braised Lamb, Fried Lamb, Lamb Curry, Toast, Steaks, Salmon, Cappuccino, French Toast

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Located on Currie Street, Chambord is the latest hotspot to hit Adelaide with it’s perfect collaboration of cafe, restaurant, and bar. Chambord is named after the French commune Chambord, which is well-known for housing the Châteaux de Chambord – a castle built by Francis I of France, and was originally designed by Italian architect Domenico da Cortona; Leonardo da Vinci may also have been involved in the design. After visiting the Châteaux de Chambord, Chambord’s owner, Luke Papandrea was inspired to develop a European restaurant with strong French influences. He felt that the Châteaux de Chambord represented the coming together of all of Europe, and wanted to recreate this collaboration through the food that is served in his restaurant.

Maison Clement

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Cheeky French, Bread and Butter Pudding, Charcuterie, Sandwiches, Croque-Monsieur, Toast, Baguette, Ham, Pies, Ragout, Chocolate Balls, Causa, Raclette, Ham & Cheese Croissants, Croque Madame, Drinks, Desserts

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Adelaide Central Market’s newest cafe and patisserie, Maison Clement, has finally launched its Friday night menu, available from 4-8:30pm. After opening their doors and their hearts to market patrons last month, Chef and owner Clement Labaere and his wife Rosie have refined their menu to offer customers an entirely new experience. From gourmet small goods to indulgent desserts, this menu is sure to tickle your tastebuds!

Chianti

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House-made Schiacciata, Olive Oil, Burrata, Olive, Mint & Zucchini, Gazander Oyster, Coffin Bay – Natural Or Shallot & White Balsamic, Kingfish Crudo, Fig Leaf Oil, White Grapes & Mascarpone, Pasta, Broccoli, Royal Baby Blue Lentils, Almond, Preserved Lime , Crisp Potatoes, Rosemary & Fennel Salt (Vg)

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From humble beginnings in 1985, Chianti is celebrating its 36th year this year. Many of our customers have travelled that journey with us and we celebrate their loyalty and friendship, as much as we enjoy welcoming new customers and travellers on a daily basis. Centrally located on Hutt Street (in the Adelaide CBD) Chianti is at the most a 10 minute taxi ride from any of Adelaide’s international hotels and we provide our patrons an elegant dining experience in the friendly warmth of a classic Italian family trattoria. As one of the first restaurants in South Australia to be awarded the Ospitalità Italiana accreditation, presented by the Italian Government and the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Australia, we are committed to delivering an authentic Italian dining experience and recreating a little piece of Italy in Adelaide.

Mayflower Restaurant

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Traditional Garlic Bread, Chicken Liver Parfait, Red Currant and Port Wine Jelly with Brioche, Seafood Platter, Beef Wellington, Sauce Bordelaise, Triple Cooked Hand Cut Chips, Peas and Beans, Lemon and Mint Butter, Drinks

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Stroll down the sweeping ribbon staircase and you will discover our signature restaurant Mayflower Restaurant. The Mayflower Restaurant offers an assisted breakfast and a la carte dinner, complemented by their famed dessert trolley and warm attentive service. A well-structured wine list featuring a selection of handpicked South Australian wines is designed to complement each dining selection. High Tea adds a hint of nostalgia to Saturday and Sunday afternoons in the Mayflower Restaurant. Simply delightful finger sandwiches, scones, tartlets, profiteroles and other tasty morsels complemented by coffee, tea and sparkling wine. For Mayflower Restaurant special events please visit our special events page.

Apoteca

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Tuscan Roll, Olive Oil, Dukkah, Chilli & Garlic Marinated Olives, Chicken Liver & Bacon Pate, Apple, Melba Toast, Lamb Kofta, Yoghurt & Pine Nut, Steak Tartare, Dijon, Parmesan, Rye Soldier, Roast Cabbage, Shiitake, Lentil, Vegan, Vegetarian, Pescatarian & Gluten Free, Drinks, Desserts

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APOTECA Bar & Restaurant opened in December 2002 in a heritage listed building in the heart of the West End precinct. The name comes from the 142-year-old pharmacy cabinets which grace the front bar. Originally from London, these mahogany pieces feature pure crystal drawer handles with 18-carat gold leaf inscriptions. Tumbled marble floor tiles arranged in the same style as the footpaths of Italy are featured in the main bar. Rustic brickwork lines the cellar walls, and some 1200 wines quietly sleep behind intricate wrought iron work in the cellar.

Marrakech Restaurant

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Mini Dip Platter, Roasted eggplant, cooked with garlic, coriander, cumin, paprika, virgin olive oil and vinegar, Beetroot Dip, Lamb cooked until tender with cinnamon, honey, prunes, roasted almonds finished with sesame seeds, Tomato Jam Vegetable Tagine, Kabab, Skewered Chicken Fillet, Chilli Mussels, Beetroot Salad, Saffron Rice, Vegetables, Dessert

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The amazing Authentic Moroccan cuisine at Marrakech Restaurant has been an Adelaide success story in Hyde Park. On the strength of that success the Marrakech Restaurant has sprouted a new venue in North Adelaide. Marrakesh in French Marrakech is a major city of Morocco. In Morocco, the traditional people are known as the Berbers, although there are many races, Arabs, French, Spanish, and Portuguese that make up the population. I myself am descended from both the Berbers and the Arabs, like most of the Moroccans. About 95% of Moroccans are Muslims; however, there are Jewish temples and Christian churches in all major cities.

Rue de Siam

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Chicken Tamarind, Cashew Nut, Param De Bœuf, Siam Chicken Soy Rice, Cnx Kao-soi Noodle, Rue De’s Noodle Salade, Pad Thai Chicken & Prawn, Green Or Red Curry With Coconut Rice, Soupe, Vegetables, Drink

Here’s The Deal:

Welcome to Rue de Siam. A new Bar and Restaurant, with a 1950’s theme located on 29-33 Bank St, Adelaide. Named in honour of the street Rue de Siam, in Brest, France. The name comes from the arrival of three ambassadors sent by King of Siam in 1686.