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Confit duck leg, celeriac puree, baby beets and jus.
The magnificent headland location and harbour views are distinctively Sydney, but everything else about Frenchy’s Cafe in Mosman is delightfully Français. After 10 years in France (five spent running restaurants in Paris) Pierre Rayrolles and his Australian wife Alena have taken over the historic cottage in Headland Park, imbuing it with Gallic charm to create a relaxed, family-friendly spot for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, with an outdoor terrace to admire the view. Defined by home-style fare prepared almost entirely on-site, the menu is even more alluring - opt for a Croque Madame with roasted tomatoes, ham and gruyere on sourdough, topped with a fried egg; while lunchgoers are tempted by smoked salmon tartine, crème fraiche and side salad, enjoyed with a glass of Chardonnay.
3 Read Place, Mosman 2088 NSW - See Map
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