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The Verdict

Frenchie’s in Rosebery is the new kid on the block and they’re all about bringing the Parisian bistronomy culture to Sydney, at an affordable price. Well, we’re sold already. 

Founded by two ‘Frenchies’ living in Australia, they aim to adapt traditional French cuisine to an Australian palette, which means that you can expect a LOT of beer and food pairings (they just get us). Head chef Thomas Cauquil is bringing his experience in Michelin Star restaurants to the bistro, whilst head brewer Vincent De Soyres combines his expertise from the Lyon brewing industry and numerous Australian breweries to his craft beers, which are all brewed on site. 

The entire menu is designed around seasonal Australian produce, with an equal focus on both the plate and the glass. Opening on 24 August, we’re already gearing up to try the charcuterie board and the Midnight in Paris seasonal brew. 

Image credit: Alana Dimou


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