I recently tried a selection of their mains and have to say their steaks are fantastic and a must try. Tender but not watery and good flavours. The cafe sticks true to their french style cuisine but you can definately taste some asian influence. The steaks taste more like quality french-japanese style ones then french-american if you are aware of the difference.
Their M9 wagyu striplion at $60 is worth a try for those wanting to indulge. It was extremely good.
You can also try their 1kg or more steaks to share and you still can't go wrong.
However, I'd stay away from their seafood and pastas. The seafood crepe was unappealing. Hardly any seafood and tasted like frozen seafood out of a bag with small bits and pieces only. The seafood pasta was the same, just not that good.
Finally their salmon was terrible. It was too asian style and not french enough. The salmon fillet was overcooked and the skin not crispy at all.
Tip: Stick with what the french are good at, steak and duck.
Apart from the steak and duck I only have the following to say about Les Amoureux:
Why go to Chinatown to eat fish and chips? THe restaurant is located in what's considered the culinary chinatown of Brisbane. I don't understand why people want to have pasta and french food when there is so much authentic and reasonably priced food in the same complex.
Atmosphere is nice and pricing slightly expensive compared to surrounding restaurants. Service is quite good overall.
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