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Located on Princess Highway, when you visit this French restaurant you’ll be transported to Paris with its romantic decor, delectable French cuisine and list of fine wines and Champagnes. Bistro De Elliano attracts Francophiles from all over the city with its menu of French classics and a setting reminiscent of an elegant Parisian brasserie. You’ll find this little restaurant located over in the Sylvania neighbourhood of Sydney – booking in advance is advised.
Our first time at the restaurant and we weren't disappointed. The food was lovely and a nice atmosphere, also the staff were lovely. The midweek special was good value. Will definitely go again.
Food was ok. Service was very slow, we waited nearly 2 hours for our meal, we had 4 children with us, who were very hungry.
Nice food but a bit bland. Staff were friendly and helpful. Very hot. Appeared that Airconditionong was not working. This place is nearly there just needs a few tweaks.
Bringing a touch of French elegance to Sylvania with it’s whitewashed walls and Parisian chic decor, Bistro De Elliano is the perfect place for a romantic date or special occasion in this part of Sydney. The menu here is small but perfectly curated, featuring all of the classic French dishes. Begin with a baguette with butter and black sea salt, some souffle homard (twice-baked lobster and gruyere souffle with mornay sauce) or a charcuterie board of cured meats, pork terrine, cornichons, onion jam and grilled sourdough to share.
Then, move on to some bouillabaisse (a fish stew made with red snapper, mussels, scampi, tomatoes, and rouille) or coq au vin (braised chicken in a red wine sauce with mushrooms, lardons, and roasted garlic mashed potato). For the full French experience, pair your meal with some French wine or Champagne, then indulge in some creme brulee or spiced chocolate and hazelnut parfait served with chantilly cream, the perfect way to top off your trip to this charming restaurant in Sydney’s Sylvania suburb.