This place was the busiest in a strip of small restaurants. It is hard to find French cuisine in Sydney & there was 2 French restaurants very close together in this part of Harris St. It is quite cramped inside which means it's a bit noisy but that is all part of dining it seems in Sydney. We were served well by our wait staff. The entrees were definitely a hit with a choice of the snails & the twice cooked soufflé. My sister had the pork belly for main which she really enjoyed. My crepe was a bit lacking in presentation & substance. The camembert cheese was lacking so it was mostly a ratatouille filling. We shared a chocolate fondant dessert which was oozing the right amount & was accompanied by a delicious raspberry sorbet. As per usual the wine is quite expensive - about $11-$13 a glass but the Bordeaux choices were very good. We had a pleasant meal & would return.
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