We thoroughly enjoyed this quaint little restaurant, the staff spoke French and our waitress was really bubbly and chatted with us in English and French. The food was simple but tasty and good value for the money, not too over priced for those on a budget. I had Beef Cheeks and it was delicious, my husband had the confit duck and he also enjoyed it. However the desserts were to die for!!! The creme brulee and apple tarte were outstanding, and the chocolate mousse cake was also excellent. We will certainly be going back there next time we visit Sydney.
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