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@Frenchies Events

Now there’s a new way to enjoy the finest slice of Paris on the Northern Beaches. The @frenchiesbrasserie Events Series brings together unique flavours of France with exceptional wines from France and all over the world. Come and enjoy in our relaxed brasserie at Elanora Heights.

August 2019

Alsace valley

Focus on Alsace Wines

During the month of August you will be able to explore some amazing examples of wines from the region of Alsace.

Alsace has a truly exceptional setting for making wine. Protected by the Vosges Mountains, this picturesque region is singularly blessed with enviable conditions: ancient soils, noble grapes and an extraordinary climate – one of the driest in France. Thirteen distinct terroirs make Alsace a mosaic unlike anywhere else. Here, minerality and freshness aren’t just concepts, they are the story of the wines.

Alsace France

Regional Focus: Alsace 19th – 31st August

We will be including special dishes created by Head Chef Fabian Oliveau which bring the region of Alsace to Elanora Heights.

September 2019

Wine grapes on the vine

Focus on Organic & Biodynamic Wines

During the month of September you will be able to explore some amazing examples of organic & Biodynamic wines from around the world.

Wine grapes on the vine

Organic & Biodynamic Masterclass – Date TBA

Come and learn everything about why growers are ‘going back’ to traditional methods of farming and what that means to the wines we are drinking.

Paired with a 3 course menu created by Head Chef Fabian Oliveau, spaces are limited so get in early to avoid disappointment.

French architecture

Fathers Day 2019 – Sunday 1st September

Father’s Day! Spoil Dad with Lunch / Dinner & a three course set menu specially designed by Head Chef Fabian Oliveau. Price is $80 per adult & $20 per child.

October 2019

Champagne glasses with Frenchies Brasserie logo

Focus on Champagne & Sparkling Wines

During the month of October you will be able to explore some amazing examples of local & international wines.

As Lily Bollinger from the House of Bollinger Champagne once said “I drink Champagne when I’m happy and when I’m sad. Sometimes I drink it when I’m alone. When I have company I consider it obligatory.”

You will not want to mis this! Details TBC

Region of Champagne

Champagne & Sparkling Masterclass – Date TBA

Come and learn everything about which regions are growing some amazing wines, the difference between sparkling & champagne & what you should be drinking over the festive season.

Paired with a 3 course menu created by Head Chef Fabian Oliveau, spaces are limited so get in early to avoid disappointment.

November 2019

French flowers

Melbourne Cup 2019

Details TBA

December 2019

French tree

Xmas Eve 2019

Details TBA

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News

Top 20 dining options 2018 review
Beverley Hudec, Manly Daily – December 28, 2018

Elanora Heights is home to a buzzy new brasserie thanks to Francophile David Singer and his longtime love of Paris’ backstreet eateries. Chic-but-not-showy, Frenchies is cosy and intimate, cocooned in black subway tiles, wall mirrors and half a dozen or so blingy chandeliers.

French Head Chef Fabian Oliveau comes with a raft of experience from Michelin fine-diners in the States. His seasonal menu embraces classics as well as contemporary and much more interesting French cooking. Start with a glass of Dom Perignon, before moving onto favourites like handcut steak tartare, twice baked cheese soufflé and duck confit. Dessert lovers can order a crème brûlée or share a warm apple tatin served with ice cream.
Frenchies Brasserie Steak Frites
Sydney Unleashed – November 2018

For the finest French food and wine that Sydney has to offer…

‘Frenchies Brasserie is a beautiful restaurant where you can enjoy fresh produce and good service without it being uptight or expensive’.

Frenchies Brasserie inside by night
foodandtravel.com.au – December 2018

‘It is difficult to believe that we are still in the Northern Beaches region of Sydney rather than, perhaps, the Gare Nord in Paris, for instance.’

‘There is one other major component, though, and that is ambience, essential for a restaurant to succeed, and this too Frenchies provides with aplomb. Mais oui!’.