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Péché is French for 'sin' and this is definitely the place to go to for wickedly delicious cocktails. This locale offers fine French fare, with daily specials that include everything fromm quintessentially French soups and grilled veal porterhouse to lamb cassoulet and pork involtini. They have an envious drink menu that consists of its famous pre-prohibition cocktails like the classic Sazerac or the more contemporary ones like the fig Manhattan, not to mention it's Austin's first absinthe bar. Stop on by for a trip to the old world of classy cuisine at Péché
With fusion food on the rise and the word 'bistro' thrown around willy-nilly, it is comforting to find an authentic one of the French variety. Homemade pate, roasted chicken and crepes, wonderfully executed and served in a cozy, dimly lit dining room dominated by a long bar. Rich, delectable dishes such as Escalopes de Veau aux Noix can be accompanied by an appropriately Gallic wine from the well-populated wine list. Try the Pâté Maison, and do not miss the Profiterolles for dessert.
Lenoir features an exquisite fusion and contemporary prix-fixe menu prepared from the finest seasonal ingredients. Served in a rustic setting, the fare is reasonably priced without compromising quality and service. The ambiance is distinctly Greek inspired, making use of whites and aquamarine, while the unique glass lanterns hung from the ceiling add a charming allure to this restaurant. The prix fixe menu changes with the seasonality of ingredients used but some of the specialties which have been adored in the past are the seared duck, gulf shrimp in mains along with salted caramel tarts in desserts. Have a sumptuous meal in the cozy patio or in the charming interiors at this lovely French restaurant.
If you're in the mood for some delicious European and French cuisine, Fabi & Rosi is the place for you. With delectable twists on old favorites, such as steak frites (wagyu beef with truffle fries), duck (with confit leg and breast served together) and schintzel, you can expect to be blown away. The ambiance of the restaurant is relaxed and romantic, with the patio being a good place to have dinner. Or if you wish for something more intimate, they have separate rooms for private celebrations too.
Justine's Brasserie serves up some of the best food in Austin. Specializing the French cuisine, Justine's is located in a very stylish small house in East Austin. No reservations are accepted, so be prepared to wait for a table at this popular spot. When you get a seat, make sure to start your meal with the escargot, one of the most popular dishes here.