Bringing a touch of Parisian chic to Potts Points, Missy French oozes elegance and sophistication, complete with some delicate modern details and a particularly French decor. This stylish restaurant serves up authentic French bistro-style cuisine, attracting francophiles from all over Sydney to its location on Rockwall Crescent. Open seven days a week, Missy French is a popular choice – booking a table in advance is advised.
Amazing!!! Everything was perfection. The goats curd tart was absolutely amazing! Staff were very friendly. It was a special occasion for my friend and I and we wouldn't have celebrated any other way!
Firstly, the atmosphere and style of the restaurant is appealing. Food delicious with an excellent choice of menu. Service was good, however, being French with young French waiters, all very in keeping, but one may find the pronunciation of the menue not so easy at times.
It was a very pleasant evening. The service was effecient and the food very good. The restaurant size is not too big and has a lovely ambiance.
Combining white brick walls, exposed concrete and ceiling beams with elegant French-influenced decor like brasserie chairs and contemporary illustrations, Sydney’s Missy French is a restaurant with a lot of style. The menu at this charming Pott Points eatery features classic French dishes that have been given Missy French’s own twist. You could start off your meal with some escargot with garlic and crumbs, or the beef tartare with capers, radish and parmesan crisp.
Next, move on to the barramundi with pomme puree and anchovy vinaigrette, the pithivier with peas and jus, or the roast spatchcock with cherry tomatoes, smoked eel and bread sauce. Indulging in the creme brulee, profiterole with chocolate, banana sorbet and salted caramel peanuts, or a selection of French cheeses is the perfect way to round off your meal at Missy French. For some fine dining a la francaise in Sydney’s Potts Points, take a trip to Miss French over on Rockwall Crescent.