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In the heart of Brighton le Sands, Larousse Restaurant is slinging out incredible French dishes to Sydney’s most discerning foodies. Bringing Parisian flair to Bay Street, the restaurant is lovingly decorated to create an atmosphere reminiscent of a charming French cafe. Come by for dinner seven nights a week, or during Sunday afternoons for lunch to experience an authentic taste of France just steps from Brighton Beach and close to Sydney International Airport.
Really enjoyed Larousse Restaurant, Bay Street, Brighton Le Sands, Food was plentiful ,looked and tasted great, staff friendly and efficient We will be going back
oUR GROUP OF EIGHT FOUND THE DECOR TO BE PLEASANT,THE STAFF EFFICIENT AND THE CHOICES ON THE .MENUS ADEQUATE .WE ALL ENJOYED OUR MEALS AND WOULD RETURN AGAIN TO LAROUSSE.
Classing up Sydney’s Bay Street, Larousse Restaurant is a Francophile’s dream, from the little French flags adorning the walls to the perfectly cooked escargot bourguignon. On Saturdays, Larousse in Brighton le Sands provides French entertainment for your enjoyment, including music like live jazz or bossa jams. And bring the kids – children are treated to their very own sophisticated menu, too, with options like veal with chips and ice cream for dessert.
It’s all French all the time at this incredible Brighton le Sands restaurant – and we’re not saying that’s a bad thing. Start off with entrees like the pate maison (mousse of chicken liver with brandy and fine herbs), salt & pepper calamari or the coquilles St Jacques, scallops and champignons in a cream sauce, topped with cheese. French mains like veau Oscar, thinly sliced and pan-fried veal topped with prawns and asparagus, served with bearnaise sauce, or the tournedos au Camembert, a prime eye fillet topped with camembert cheese and finished in a demi glaze sauce, are popular options for dinner. Take a trip to Paris tonight – book ahead for dinner at Sydney’s Larousse Restaurant.