Best Known For
Le Magret: pan seared duck breast, served pink only, orange sauce and potato fondant.
Take a leisurely drive north from Sydney along the Pacific Highway through Pymble and say bonjour to a little taste of French sophistication at Brasserie L’Entrecote. A stylish dining room awaits with exposed brick walls adorned with artwork, leather booth seating, chocolate walls and dimmed lighting, making for an ambient space for an intimate meal. Brasserie L’Entrecote gives nod to the original Le Relais de L’Entrecôte, a famous one dish Parisian steakhouse circa 1959, inspiring a vision to keep the menu simple, yet do each dish well. Start at the bar with a glass of Merlot and snails in the shell with garlic butter, before slipping into a booth for a main of crispy skin King salmon, creamy sorrel sauce and ratatouille; finishing with profiteroles, chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream.
1047 Pacific Highway, Pymble 2073 NSW - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Diners, Amex, Eftpos
Seats: 100 Chef: Francois Perego