The Dry Blond
KÖLSCH is a refreshing classic beer from the German city of Cologne, where our head brewer Vince used to study. It is brewed with the finest noble hops, blending their flavours with gentle malt notes and a delicate fruitiness from fermentation. The finish is clean and dry.
The Forgotten Hops
COMET hops is an old and wild American hops. It was used in lagers for its bold bittering properties but commercial production stopped in the 80s because of its complex flavours judged too intense. However it is now making a come back in this big US Pale Ale!
OLD WORLD, NEW FLAVOURS
OLD WORLD IPA is a unique IPA brewed exclusively with the newest French and German Hops. Flavours of berries, flowers and sauvignon blanc shine through this unique blend of hops. It is particularly smooth due to the use of oats combined with high quality bittering hops.
In every restaurant kitchen and brewery we’ve worked since arriving in Australia, we’ve always been called ‘Frenchies’.
As two ‘Frenchies’ living in Australia, with an immense love of the Australian lifestyle and its people, we decided to adapt our Parisian bistronomy culture to the Australian taste and terroir.
We are Thomas and Vince, and through ‘Frenchies’, we hope to share our passion for delicious cuisine, expertly brewed craft beer and great times.
VINCENT DE SOYRES
Head Brewer Vincent De Soyres, started in the brewing industry in Lyon, France at the Ninkasi Brewery. Upon moving to Australia, Vincent brewed for the Little Brewing Co. in Port Macquarie, before becoming Head Brewer at the Flat Rock Brew Café in Naremburn.
Head Chef Thomas Cauquil brings his experience of gastronomic cuisine in Michelin Star restaurants to the laid back atmosphere of the bistro.
- Le Violon d’Ingres * in Paris
- Moxhe in Sydney
Please call us on 02 8964 3171, email firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the button below to make a reservation.
We can also accommodate group bookings in the bistro for up to 40 people, please get in touch for further details.
Tuesday – Thursday: 12 – 11pm
Friday - Saturday: 12 – 11pm
Sunday: 11am – 4pm
Tuesday - Saturday: 12 – 2.30pm / 6 – 9.30pm
Sunday: 11am – 3pm