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Published June 8th 2013
French cuisine is very varied, has many outside influences and a somewhat Mediterranean style. French cuisine is very flavoursome and differs from season to season and from region to region. Some classic French dishes include coq au vin, escargot, bouillabaisse, ratatouille, niçoise salad, duck à l'orange, boeuf bourguignon and lobster bisque.
There are some really good French restaurants in Perth and the surrounding areas serving up the finest French fare but where is the best French restaurant in Perth?
One of the newest French restaurants in the Perth area is Bistro Guillaume, located at the Crown Perth complex. This restaurant is already very popular for its modern French cuisine and stylish surroundings.
The award winning Restaurant Amusé in East Perth is always busy and book out. The food is tasty and delicious and the degustation menu changes seasonally.
Chez Pierre in Nedlands has a welcoming feel and the authentic French food is fantastic. Chef Pierre Ichallalene trained at the Cordon Bleu school in Paris and worked in Michelin star restaurants in France before coming to Perth.
Petite Mort in Shenton Park offers traditional French food in an intimate setting. During the week you can choose from a set menu or an a la carte menu, and on the weekends they serve a divine degustation style meal with ten courses.
At Bistro des Artistes in Subiaco you can dine indoors or alfresco. They serve a wide assortment of traditional French dishes for breakfast, lunch, dinner or late supper.
Cheesecake Gateau with Strawberry Compote - Bistro des Artistes
The Red Cabbage in West Perth serves a mixture of Classic French, and modern British and Australian style dishes. The Brown Fox in West Perth and the ever popular Bistro Felix in Subiaco both offer traditional French contemporary style foods.
These are just a few of the French restaurants in Perth, perhaps you have a old favourite or maybe you have just discovered a new one. Either way please let us know where is the best French restaurant in Perth?