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Troy’s legendary beef eye fillet, house-cut fries, salad and creamy mushroom sauce.
Experience ‘gastronomie Française’ at Ché Bon on Cherry Street in Ballina, where French tradition meets Australian fusion. On balmy days sit alfresco at wooden tables with cheery orange chairs, while indoors, fairy lights and black-clothed tables set an elegant tone for evening fine dining from a menu of French favourites. Say bon appetit to a date with friends and savour snails in garlic and parsley butter, or French onion soup with a crouton gratinated with comté cheese, while those seeking an intimate dinner may start with duck liver pâté, red wine reduction salad and bread. For the main, don’t go past confit duck leg, crushed cauliflower, truffle oil and duck jus or pork mignon, sautéed vegetables and foie gras jus; before a magnifique dessert of chocolate gateau and rum whipped cream.
A few words from Che Bon
Che Bon Restaurant is a family business owned by Pascale Moreau- European champion waitress of 1993 and Chef Rodolphe Ferreol- Winner of top restaurants Lyon 2004. Operating for 15 years in the Northern Rivers, Che Bon is loved by the local community. Che Bon strives to deliver creative, fresh and tasty dishes using local produce and quality ingredients. Catering for all, Che Bon offers a gluten-free menu and several dairy-free, vegetarian, and vegan options. As well as having a team of exceptional staff, trained in service food and wine, allowing customers to experience a taste of France.
37/41 Cherry Street, Ballina 2478 NSW - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Eftpos
Seats: 50 Chef: RODOLPHE Sommelier: PASCALE