This restaurant came highly recommended and I can see why. We were welcomed by friendly staff who went out of their way to accommodate our request of a window table. The dining room is comfortable and really feels like a Paris bistro. As a Brit visiting Australia I was hesitant to visit a French restaurant... After all Paris is on our doorstep, but the food was typically French without being old fashioned or too heavy. The house smoked duck entree was light and very flavoursome whilst my friends snails came in a wonderfully garlicky parsley sauce with delightful homemade cheese twists. The classic duck confit I had for main was perfectly executed and left me wanting more! Another classic: coq au vin was rich and winey and the depth of flavour was really tasty. It came with a side of creamy potato bake 'gratin dauphinoise'. Brûlée for dessert did not disappoint. $55 for 3 courses is such good value so I'm not surprised the place was packed whilst other Terrigal restaurants were half empty.
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