Below is a list of the top and leading French Cuisines in Adelaide. To help you find the best French Cuisines located near you in Adelaide, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Adelaide’s Best French Cuisines:
The top rated French Cuisines in Adelaide are:
- Delicatessen Kitchen & Bar
- Hey Jupiter Brasserie Francaise
- CLICHÉ EXHIBITION
Delicatessen Kitchen & Bar
Delicatessen Kitchen & Bar – Andy Thiele and Paul Grey are chefs who have enthusiasm for French and English cuisine and still loving Australia’s local produced ingredients. Both of them worked for years and together have established Delicatessen Kitchen & Bar.
Their restaurant offers comfort foods served by Paul and a cellar boutique bar with various drinks and cocktails that are sure to honours their foods. They have the section for tap beer and have stakes, snails and ales. They also provide reservations, bookings and catering services on any occasions.
From their skills and experiences in their crafts, Delicatessen Kitchen & Bar is one of the best go-to restaurant to relax and chill while enjoying every bit of their deliciously served food and drinks.
Chive & Raclette croquettes,Chicken liver parfait, Charcuterie plate, Oysters mignonette, Escargots au gratin, Bouillabaisse, Cauliflower au gratin, Crème brûlèe, Nougat parfait, Toasted brioche, Chocolate fondant, Nicoise salad, French onion soup, Fettuccine carbonara
“This is affordable luxury, plus its very cool. Big portions of traditional French fare. Good range of small batch wines. It also has a very groovy underground bar for when you just feel like a drink. Owner and staff know their stuff, and are very welcoming.” – Matt & Nani J.
Hey Jupiter Brasserie Francaise
Hey Jupiter Brasserie Francaise is located in the Ebenezer Place offering a quick escape to the busy life of the city. It is a cafe inspired by French cuisine. The owners have established Hey Jupiter Brasserie Francaise in 2012 with a dream to service every customer and share the amazing food they are serving.
Hey Jupiter Brasserie Francaise is a full-service brasserie, serving also Parisian delicacies for breakfast, lunch and dinner every weekday. On weekends, they serve brunch and an all-day food together with premium wines and spirits.
Toast Ou Croissant, Salade De Fruit, Flocon D’avoine Toaste, Croque Monsieur, Toast Francais, Caviar, Les Huitres, Saumon Fume, Assiette De Charcuterie, Soupe A L’oignon, Langoustines A L’ail Et Au Pastis, Oeuf Meurette, Merguez Frites, Poisson Du Jour, Mimosa, Breakfast Martini, Espresso Martini, Haricots Verts, Salade Verte
“A great brasserie, with a very classic French menu and some interesting specials on the night we went (tripe, venison, barramundi to name a few). The service was excellent and helpful. The wine list takes a while to read, but is full of well chosen wines from Australia and France. No one had any complaints about the food and we look forward to my next visit.” – Alex E.
CLICHÉ EXHIBITION is a French Restaurant & Bar located in the O’Connell St of North Adelaide serving French dishes and cocktails. But apart from food and drinks, the restaurant also showcases arts in their gallery from various artists.
Their unique way of sharing the French cuisine and arts excites customers while having the small plates, large plates, desserts and sharing banquet menu. These experiences for customers will leave them at peace and relax while having chit chats with friends and family.
Citrouille, Panisse, Porc Me, Calamar, Crab Brioche, St Jacques, Lamb Ribs, Fillet De Boeuf, Poisson De Jour, Duck Confit, Creme Brulee, Souffle, Verrine, Les Legumes, Pommes Puree, Pommes Frittes, La Cucumber, Gin Violet, La Moustache, Machiatto, Espresso, Bellini, Kanta, Ottelia, Chevalier, Pol Roger, Huia, Hugel, Palmetto, Woodstock
“One of the best restaurants in Adelaide. Excellent service and delicious food in a relaxed and non-pretentious atmosphere. Menu is french, with traditional dishes, some with a twist. Staff are great, as is the wine list. All-day breakfast on the weekends, which is lovely. Condensed menu for lunch, with a full a la carte menu (or banquet) for dinner.”- Marija Filipovic
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