Serving up classic cafe cuisine with a French twist, Le Trader on Pyrmont’s Harris Street pride themselves on creating each dish using organic and seasonal produce, so you can indulge guilt-free. From breakfasts like the organic French breakfast (two eggs in any style, bacon, mushroom, chorizo, tomato, seasonal vegetables, and your choice of bread) to baguettes, sandwiches and French-inspired mains, whether it’s for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Sydney’s Le Trader is the place to go for a rustic French feast. We recommend the Le Traders buckwheat crepe for a lunchtime treat (a crepe filled with prawns, baby greens, mushrooms, goats cheese, and tomato chutney) while the confit de canard (confit duck leg served with roasted potatoes tossed with shiitake mushrooms and foie gras) is perfect for an elegant evening meal.
Awesome service and amazing food. A nice quiet atmosphere out of the way for a romantic dinner or a casual dinner with friends where you can hear each other talk
Lovely french food and great that you can BYO a nice bottle of wine with your meal. Would recommend with either a meal with friends or a date.
Food was very good service was ok - having to get up to see specials board was a little annoying but other then that it was good
Sydney Francophiles and foodies are just buzzing about Le Trader. Located in the heart of Pyrmont, Le Trader is up there with the best restaurants peppered throughout this harbourside city. Specialising in French cuisine, the team here strictly use organic and premium ingredients, and it’s certainly paying off. Perfect for a weekend breakfast or brunch, feasting on the black truffle oil scrambled eggs with goats cheese and spinach on sourdough, or perhaps the French toast with strawberry compote and Canadian maple syrup is the perfect start to the day.
For a later, more romantic affair, Le Trader’s evening menu is a homage to France if ever there was one. Start with the saint jacques a l’ail of grilled scallops, chilli, mushroom and artichoke, or the steak tartare made using premium Riverina hand-cut beef eye. Following on, take a look at the poitrine de porc rotie of roasted pork belly, carrot glacee, red cabbage and cauliflower or gnocchi gratin with artichoke, pear, green beans, manchego and blue cheese. Le Trader is premium French fine dining at its best, and this Sydney foodie favourite is only getting better. So treat yourself to a dining experience you won’t forget. Located on Harris Street in Pyrmont, bookings are essential.