Feeling like a delicieux burger before or after your movie? Continue the French experience at Atelier by Sofitel – a très chic bistro on Darling Harbour – closest restaurant partner to Palace Central.
Savour Le Burger and a glass of wine for $40 – available throughout the Festival.
Atelier takes its name from the French word for an artist's workshop, where chefs are masters and food is their craft. Atelier is for the adorers, the savourers, the true, unapologetic lovers of food. Or, as we like to call them, 'Les Gourmands.'
Bon Appetit! Terms and conditions: Offer includes one glass of house white, red, rosé wine or beer and one Le Burger. Foie Gras can be added to the burger for an additional price of $17. This pre-film offer is only available during the French Film Festival in Sydney, 5 March 2019 until 10 April.
La Guillotine is one of the oldest French restaurants in Sydney, offering a wide range of traditional favourites and an extensive list of French wines.
Ideal for a business lunches, leisurely dinner or special occasion, you will enjoy an authentic Parisian atmosphere.
Enjoy a glass of French champagne offered to Festival patrons, when presenting a Festival cinema ticket.
Offer valid from March 5th until April 10th 2019.
Four Frogs Crêperie is more than just a French restaurant – they’re a real French creperie, with full table service, owned and operated by four French men (the “four frogs”).
Four Frogs is what we like to call the home of authentic French crepes in Sydney.
Find your nearest Four Frogs Crêperie to enjoy a free cider during the Festival, when presenting a Festival cinema ticket valid the same day.
Open all day, every day.
Offer valid from March 5th until April 10th 2019. T&C apply.
Mosman: 1/175-179 Avenue Rd, Mosman NSW 2088
Randwick: 30 St Pauls St, Randwick NSW 2031
Circular Quay: 1 Alfred St, Sydney NSW 2000
Lane Cove: 115-119 Longueville Rd, Lane Cove NSW 2066
Bistrot Gavroche’s menu pays homage to Parisian Bistrots. Slip into the gold-foiled, lamp-lit evening by sifting through their list of notable French and Australian wines.
The restaurant’s furniture and fixtures have been curated from France and broader Europe, each rooted in a rich provenance: a marble and wood bath cabinet, a vintage 1950 Solex moped and the pièce de résistance,
a commanding three metre oak entrance from Brasserie George, one of the oldest and most famous French brasseries.
Enjoy a glass of Rosé, Côtes de Provence on arrival when presenting a Festival cinema ticket.
Offer valid from March 6th until April 10th 2019.
Level 1, The Old Rum Store, 2 – 10 Kensington St Chippendale NSW 2008