What began as a cute little café with a French accent has morphed into a fully-fledged restaurant that wouldn’t look out of place on the boulevard down from the famous Les Deux Magots in Paris, complete with closely spaced traditional pavement tables.
The express lunch menu features staples such as beef cheek à la bourguignon with mashed potato, while the dinner menu might start with mussels steamed in white wine with saffron then progress to classic dishes such as steak (a choice
of three cuts) with exemplary frites and sauce béarnaise. Alternatively, if you have a yen for whole deboned pan-fried trout almondine with green beans or a traditional hand-cut beef fillet tartare, this is where you’ll find it. The wine list sticks to the theme with a fine choice from France.
Best for: Couples
Stand-out dish: Pan-fried trout almondine
Open: Seven days for breakfast, lunch and dinner
Address: 11 Ebenezer Place, Adelaide