The Best French Restaurants In Brisbane, Australia

Christina Zoga

Brisbane is a destination that will never disappoint when it comes to French cuisine. This enchanting city offers its visitors a variety of options from fine-dining and wine rooms to local, home-style bistros. Check out Brisbane’s top French restaurants below.

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1. Montrachet

Montrachet

For more than 10 years, Montrachet has welcomed visitors in the heart of Brisbane with its stellar reputation, based on its French high-end cuisine. You will find this little piece of Paris within a 10-minute drive from the CBD, but it is well worth it. The romantic atmosphere and the red leather banquette immediately transport you to luxurious restaurants in Paris.

224 Given Terrace | Paddington, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, +61 07 3367 0030

Foie gras de canard © Ville Oksanen/Flickr

2. Anise

Restaurant, French

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Cozy, elegant and comfortable, this restaurant is dedicated to the finest French wines and cuisine. If you are a wine-lover, Anise is the right place for you. With a carefully selected collection of French wines which is frequently updated according to the customers’ needs and tastes, Anise is a French wine hotspot in the city of Brisbane.

3. Delfina’s Bistro

Bistro

Wagyu fillet braised cheek tart, textures of potatoes.
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Delfina’s Bistro

You’re going to love Delfina’s Bistro for its authenticity, simplicity and unpretentious French cuisine. The traditional menu is inspired by the bistro’s owners and includes all the authentic French flavors that you love.

50/1000 Ann Street Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Queensland 4006, Australia, +61 3252 0214

Wagyu fillet braised cheek tart, textures of potatoes. © Sarah_Ackerman/Flickr

4. Privé249

Restaurant, Australian, French

Brisbane Riverfire festival 2007
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A French-inspired pioneering approach to Australian cuisine is what distinguishes Privé249. Located in the Sofitel Hotel, this classy and chic restaurant serves a la carte offerings and an extensive and exquisite wine list, well-known for the national, international and local wine drops.

5. La Vue Waterfront Restaurant

Restaurant, French, Australian

French cuisine Trois étoiles
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If you are looking for a special high-end restaurant in Brisbane, La Vue Waterfront Restaurant will offer you more than you need. With stunning views of the Storey Bridge, La Vue Waterfront Restaurant is a stand-alone building right on the Brisbane River. Located in the heart of the CBD, this French restaurant gives the opportunity to visitors to admire the greatness of the iconic Storey Bridge.

6. C'est Bon

Restaurant, French

Cʼest Bon French Restaurant Brisbane welcomes its visitors to a world of French cooking techniques and quintessential flavors. This magical piece of provincial France is hidden away in Woolloongabba on Stanley Street and opened its doors to the public in 2008.

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