8 of the best French restaurants around Perth

words of Ashley Valli.

Dine like the French at some of Perth’s most authentic French restaurants. Whether you’re looking to try your first escargot over a buttery chardonnay or just want one of the best dining experiences, we’ve got the spots for you. French cuisine in Perth? I love !

Bistro La P’tite Ardoise

Step into the tradition with Bistro La P’tite Ardoise. This elegant French restaurant is in the main center of Mount Lawley and has quickly become a French favourite. Check them out for classic bistro dishes like their escargot à ma way (chef-style snails) and duck confit with orange sauce and mashed potatoes.

283 Beaufort Street, Perth


The Angel’s House

This beautiful French restaurant is part of an 1880 heritage building in Fremantle with outdoor seating and a wine bar. The Angel’s House was created by two French brothers, Anthony and Jeremy, both from the south of France. Feast on their popular dish, Boeuf Bourguignon, with braised beef and a red wine sauce. And don’t leave until you’ve had a chance to try their rice pudding, a silky treat of creamy rice and salted caramel.

24 Essex Street, Fremantle


At Pierre’s place

Nestled in Nedlands is the restaurant At Pierre’s place, specializing in French provincial cuisine. Pierre himself studied cooking at Le Cordon Bleu culinary institute in France, so be sure to indulge in the tasting menu, where each course is paired with the perfect wine. Mouth-water with dishes like roast rack of lamb: marinated lamb, white bean mousseline and rosemary.

131 Stirling Motorway, The Netherlands


French accent

It’s all about presentation French accent! Here, traditional cuisine is infused with a youthful and interactive approach to the French dining experience. While their menu seems simple with dishes like pea and ham soup and duck confit, you’ll be amazed at what arrives at your table. Beautiful food, fantastic service: you won’t go wrong here.

Restaurant with French accents

642 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley


Bistro Guillaume

Oh dear. If there’s one place to feel like a celebrity in Perth, it’s dining on French-inspired cuisine by the blue waters of the Perth Crown Metropol pool. This luxury center is the perfect place to spoil yourself with the French culinary experience. Try their Parisian gnocchi with mushrooms and macadamia cream and let your senses go to heaven. What else? Bistro Guillaume offers free refills on bread and butter.

Crown Perth, Great Eastern Highway, Burswood



Mistelle

Your favorite lunch outing sorted! This modern French bistro is located in the Bickley Valley adjacent to the Greenmount State Forest. Dine among the Jarrah bush and Hainault vineyard and sample WA’s fresh local produce. For a perfect dish, let yourself be tempted by the duck leg confit of Mistelle, braised cabbage and grilled almonds. Also be sure to make your reservations on Mondays, where the chef experiments with new recipes as part of his Test Kitchen Monday lunch.

French restaurant Mistelle

255 Walnut Road, Bickley


The rebel

New York of yesteryear meets the alleys of Paris. This European restaurant, although not strictly French, deserves recognition. The rebelThe crab toast and the duck liver parfait with truffle butter are classics not to be missed with friends. Check out this phenomenal restaurant, then finish with a vanilla bean creme caramel dessert.

676 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley


Editor’s Choice:

Vincent Wine

While vincent may not present itself strictly as a French restaurant, when it comes to ambiance – well, you’re practically in a charming Parisian courtyard. Their extensive wine list leans heavily towards French, and the ever-rotating menu scrawled across the tiles will have you saying “Ooh la la!” : think of the pâté en croute, the Niçoise salad, the duck confit or the coq au vin.

465 William Street, Perth

Header image: the house of the angel