Executive Chef Francois Perego established this traditional French restaurant in December 2016. Alongside two French owners Vincent Ventura and Johan Giaosseran, they've created a little piece of Paris in Pymble. Coming in off the busy Pacific Highway, Brasserie l’Entrecôte is warm, quiet, and welcoming; a completely different pace that prepares you for the fare to come. A spacious restaurant with a mix of large tables and cosy booths, it's a perfect spot for get-togethers. Even with a neat concise menu, Gallic food lovers may still struggle with their order. Perego stays close to the classics - onion soup, steak tartare, twice baked souffle. The charcuterie board is generous, including housemade pork rillette and terrine that sets the tone for food made with love and care. Their signature dish - steak and frites - is beautifully presented and cooked perfectly to order alongside Perego's "secret sauce". It was inspired by "Le Relais de l’Entrecôte", the famous Parisian steakhouse, and is accompanied by crunchy handcut chips, still with their skins on, and a fresh and simple salad. What's more, side dish top ups are available on request for those who have room for more before dessert. The restaurant offers BYO from Tuesday to Thursday, but their exclusively French wine list will make your experience even more authentic. PSST: Their Plate Du Jour menu offers fresh daily produce (like 1kg of Mussels on Thursdays) at a reasonable price.