Ever wondered what dining was really like in those glorified times of old? During the rule of Escoffier, the rise of modern haute cuisine, and the birth of the assumption that the French people are the global authority on eating? Well you can get pretty darn close to finding out in Balgowlah, not far from Manly Beach in north Sydney. At Chez Maurice et Linda on Sydney Road, the legacy established by decorated culinary master Maurice Magneron (L’Ancien Rustique, Ritz Hotel, Paris) over 30 years ago is continued by respected Sydney chef Michael Hong. The restaurant is constantly full ﹘ and things get particularly rowdy around Bastille Day ﹘ so bookings are essential if you want a true taste of exquisite classics, from sizzling snails to duck a l’orange, veal in red wine to a crunchy creme brûlée.
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A lovely evening with delicious food and a relaxed and friendly ambience.
Our first visit Sunday lunch. Our entrees...yum, main meal beef Wellington excelled. Braised duck with orange sauce wise choice. Will be back.
We go for all our family birthday celebrations. My favourite French restaurant.