The menu at Bouillon l’Entrecote is a nod to legendary Paris steakhouse Le Relais de l’Entrecote, famed for specialising in just one dish: steak frites.
Here, the steaks are sourced from Rangers Valley in New South Wales, and vary in size and cut – from a 200-gram chargrilled sirloin to a Wagyu tomahawk that feeds up to three people. They’re served with French fries, a fresh green salad dressed with walnut-mustard vinaigrette, and a “secret sauce” that almost certainly involves butter.
Besides steak frites, the menu is full of other classic French bistro fare: French onion soup; steak tartare; escargot; confit duck leg with orange sauce; and charcuterie such as saucisson, duck-liver parfait, rabbit rillette, and optional foie gras.
The wine list tours all regions of France, from Champagne to Burgundy, the Rhone Valley and beyond. French beer is also available on tap, alongside a selection of French ciders and aperitifs.
The two-level venue is personalised with pieces of art shipped from France by each of owners Johan Giausseran and Vincent Ventura’s parents, including plates that used to hang along Giausseran’s grandmother’s staircase.
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