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Sid at The French Cafe

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Jessica & James
Jessica & James
July 5, 2020
Highly rated fine dining
Paul & Emily
Paul & Emily
November 18, 2019
Sid at The French Café is a partnership between husband and wife team, Sid Sahrawat, executive chef and Chand Sahrawat operations manager. Sid and Chand Sahrawat bought the iconic French Cafe in September 2018 from its previous owners Simon Wright and Creghan Molloy-Wright. They intend to honour…
July 28, 2019
Legendary top shelf cuisine. No more words required. Booking essential.
October 30, 2018
Fine dining at it's most amazingness, service, quality and styling of food, a great night and a large bill but worth every cent! A total food experience!
October 2, 2018
Must book, hard to get into, fine dining. Sid has just taken over this Auckland establishment.

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“"Always fun and upbeat, with good quality Italian food. If you like to see Italian men with their shirts off bringing you cake, just tell them it's your birthday.Take away menu is cheaper. Few steps walk. ”
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“KAZUYA | RESTAURANT - Chic, contemporary restaurant offering fixed-price menus of Japanese-influenced European dishes.”
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“GOODNESS GRACIOUS | CAFE - Great quality bagels with fresh, tasty ingredients. They have a nice drink selection and the different bagels will have you coming back for more every time. This place can get rather crowded, best to get in early or go at a quieter time. Limited seating inside - the rest is outside on the pavement. Great breakfast option, awesome coffee too! Very close to home - suggest walking as parking can be a problem.”
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210 Symonds St
Eden Terrace, Auckland 1010
Telefono+64 9-377 1911