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In France we love our crêpes. Whether sweet or savoury - called galettes - they are a delicious meal, traditionally enjoyed with a glass of cider or white wine and some good company. Opening our third outlet in the vibrant heart of Sydney's CBD was a natural move following the success of our first two restaurants in the north and south.
I’ve eaten here about five times now and this is my first review. Every visit has been great and the food has been consistently good. I first tried a crepe with lemon, butter, and sugar in Montmartre three years ago (I was only ever familiar...More
We were staying nearby and happened upon this restaurant. The name of the restaurant refers to the four French owners and there are others in Sydney. This is the real French style crepes either main dish or dessert and considering the location reasonably price, in...More
Date of visit: February 2018
fguillemard, Owner at Four Frogs Creperie Circular Quay, responded to this reviewResponded October 1, 2018
It's a pleasure to read your review as well.
We'll pass it on to our team, they'll be delighted.
Went here for an afternoon treat but left very disappointed. Food is minimal for the price. My crepe with chocolate and strawberries had about 1 ½ strawberries cut up over the whole thing. My partners pork and apple sausage was better but still quite bland....More
Date of visit: June 2019
fguillemard, Owner at Four Frogs Creperie Circular Quay, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Sorry if you have not enjoyed your meal at Four Frogs. We are usually giving good amount of food in our crepes so not sure what happened to yours.
Our apple cider sausages are made by an French artisan here in Sydney and are...More
Been to Four Frogs many times, always a sure bet whenever I feel like I want a real taste of France. The galettes are always very tasty, the service always pro, very fast and friendly, even in the rush of lunchtime. For dinner, I usually...More
This small chain of creperies is a easy and relaxed place for a quick bite
You can eat outside or in their spacious restaurant
The choice is wide and we loved the many choices on offer from traditional to ultra modern
Poke salmon, crepes Suzette...More
Our family loves crepes. The kids especially love Nutella crepes and have enjoyed them all over the world, even France. After having them here the comment was that these were the best that they have ever had and polished them off in a heartbeat. I...More
Were looking for somewhere to eat near Circular Quay, with the expectation that costs would be high and quality / service poor. Like the reviews on TA so took a punt.
Should have realised how good it would be my the number of French speakers...More
Looking for somewhere to eat an early evening meal before a show at the Opera House and found the Four Frogs. Service was really prompt and friendly and the galettes we chose were scrumptious. It is also licensed - the wine list is not extensive,...More
While searching for a place to get hot drinks and a bite to eat after viewing Vivid, we stumbled upon this fantastic eatery that we hadn't heard of before. The service was amazing and the waiters who really made the French theme come to life...More
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