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Craig Kokay

dined on Tue, 16 Jul 2019

Wife loves the place, but I'm not sold on it. Always a pretentious small amount of food. Still don't like the t-shirts on the waiters.

dined on Fri, 14 Jun 2019

Excellent food and excellent service. The dessert was to die for.

dined on Tue, 4 Jun 2019

I was surprised how food tastes so good. The minty mango mocktail is the must try. Overall we are really impressed with food and service.

dined on Thu, 23 May 2019

limited menu choices both on entrees and mains everything is protein based ( meat) no “fish” options or pasta options in mains but in stating this were given options as i has dietary requirements so perhaps more options generally I had the lamb rump with eggplant purée smashed potato and basil nice enjoyed but rolled out of there mega full

dined on Fri, 3 May 2019

Quality food, attentive staff and a quite atmosphere made for a relaxed evening. Will certainly return.

dined on Sun, 7 Apr 2019

The lunch special was very good value for money. A pleasant dining experience.
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About Courtneys Brasserie

Don’t Fake it Frenchy Courtney’s sits cosily in a historic building on Charles St. This French-style restaurant oozes elegance. Its wooden furniture and white linen tablecloths put you in a classic yet contemporary setting. Here, local counts, with all of the produce sourced from neighbouring farms and suppliers, giving the ingredients exceptional freshness and bonus points for sustainability. The Courtney’s kitchen is a powerful force made up of the dual energies of Chef Paul Kuipers and his accomplice Federico Rekowski. Kuipers’ experience has seen him working and studying cuisine abroad and bringing his knowledge of delicious food back to his very own restaurant. This power team of foodie-savants have created such divine flavour pairings as the Moroccan-inspired French cassoulet, and the cheese souffle doused in beetroot puree. The free-range meats take the limelight, so get on board and order yourself some herbalicious spring lamb loins or a scrumptiously seared kingfish with calamari. Dessert is no less exciting, with star dishes like peaches and cream assiette gracing the menu. These flavours of France will have you flying back for more. Courtneys Brasserie is a charming example of Sydney’s take on European fine-dining. Best Dish: Roasted pork belly and loin in peach relish, shaved fennel, apples and red elk salad

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