True French cuisine isn’t always easy to come by. Thankfully for residents of Sydney’s North Shore, Cafe Lyon is serving up traditional bistro dishes and fine wines in a charming location on Pacific Highway. Since its opening in 2011, Cafe Lyon has grown substantially in popularity, becoming a magnet for foodies, casual diners and Francophiles alike. Just steps from Lindfield Station, Cafe Lyon brings a taste of France to the Southern hemisphere.
Lindfield locals are raving about Cafe Lyon, a French bistro located on Pacific Highway in Sydney’s northern suburbs that serves unpretentious cuisine in a cosy setting. With owner and chef Rainer Korobacz bringing his 25 years of worldwide cooking expertise to the kitchen, you know you’ll be in for something spectacular – expect some the the finest European cuisine you’ve ever experienced. Cafe Lyon’s menu changes seasonally, so expect new, innovative dishes on the regular.
Options like ocean trout with french onion puree and tarragon emulsion and duck confit with braised red cabbage grace Cafe Lyon’s Spring menu, and lunch specials like wild mushroom risotto, fish & chips with remoulade sauce, beef shallot jus, wood mushrooms and pommes Lyonnaise are always popular choices. Those who avoid eating meat will be pleased to know that in addition to a regular lunch and dinner selection, Cafe Lyon offers up a fully vegetarian menu with favourites like asparagus with slow-poached egg, ravigote dressing and bearnaise sauce. Such a charming place is not to be missed – don’t hesitate to book ahead for Cafe Lyon in Sydney’s Lindfield.