Tag Archives: French

Missy French, Potts Point

Spanish mackerel is one of my favourite fish. And this one is deliciously simple enough for anyone to cook at home. ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ “The earliest booking they have is 9pm” Mysaucepan says. “That suits me just fine … we can avoid the … Continue reading

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Peppercorn, Cremorne

The skin of this duck confit is crisp, its strands of succulent meat soaking up a sweet star anise sauce. ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ (Note: This is a sponsored blog post.) I am curious because it was so many years since I dined at this … Continue reading

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Guillaume, Paddington

Olive oil and ink is slick against the squid with thread marks of a Michelin car tyre. Unfortunately, its texture is also quite similar. ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ Have you guys been to Gooleemee? our friend Jeff casually asks over dinner. “Where?” I ask .. a … Continue reading

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Bishop Sessa, Surry Hills

This dessert is refreshingly light where passionfruit infused kiwifruit cheesecake is paired with biscuit crumb, lightened with a fresh herbaceous basil ice cream. ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:JPB at Swissotel, Sydney Cottage Point Inn, Cottage Point Cottage Point Inn, … Continue reading

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BASTILLE, Drummoyne

“Chef Kay Hwang’s talent and technique is testament that mastery of French cooking is not limited to French chefs” ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~

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VINE, Double Bay

“Succulent strands of meat appear as I sink my fork into this lamb shoulder” ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:The Wine International Group Sydney – Meeting #43 Goodbye 2015 ~ A Feast For Our Tummies Vic’s Meat Market, Pyrmont Punjabi … Continue reading

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PROVENCE by Antoine, Concord

“Sous vide for up to sixteen hours at seventy-five degrees Celsius, this rib bone slides out of the meat like a hunting knife from its holster” ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ “Hey, Antoine just opened a new restaurant!” Mysaucepan declares excitedly. More related posts … Continue reading

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Antoine’s Grill, Concord

“I think you will like this place because they apparently have some good steaks on the menu” Mysaucepan tells me in earnest. More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:How to cook perfect steak, Victor Churchill, Woollahra

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Café Boheme, Potts Point

Mysaucepan is a devout fan of anything French. Actually she’s a Francophile if you will. Her heart swoons at the mere mention of Paris although I should also declare my heritage is anything but French. More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Celsius Coffee … Continue reading

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Cafe Nice, Sydney

What do you get when you throw together good, wholesome French food in a casual bistro with water views and excellent table service? You get a nice cafe, of course. In the case of my lunch with some lovely friends, … Continue reading

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