French Touch Bistro
French Touch Bistro once focused on serving French and Dutch crepes. Now, it’s intent on bringing some of France’s signature dishes to Sydney.
The bistro menu varies between lunch and dinner, with lunch revolving around omelettes and baguettes, filled with all the usual suspects – double-smoked ham, Swiss cheese and roasted tomatoes, to name a few.
Those looking for the real French experience shouldn’t go past the croque-monsieur, a traditional French toasted sandwich with double-smoked ham, homemade béchamel sauce and grilled cheese.
The dinner menu is suitable for groups. Cheese plates feature the chef’s selection of cheeses alongside terrine and breads. For a more hearty meal, don’t look past the confit de canard et gratin dauphinois, a duck confit served on a bed of potato gratin.
Crepes haven’t been done away with completely. There are still a number of sweet and savoury crepes available as individual or shared portions.
If the smell of grilled cheese isn’t enough to draw you in, let the windows lined with French wines do it. The list features a number of French wines, ciders and French-inspired cocktails.
With a drink in hand, head for the indoor pétanque court for a spot of French bowls.
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