French restaurant Ananas Sydney

What are you doing for Bastille Day? Going to Ananas, of course

France’s favourite national holiday, Bastille Day is coming up on 14 July and this year in Sydney, Ananas will pay tribute to its French roots with an elegant three-course dinner on 14 July in honour of the revered day.

They will be serving classic French dishes and marvellous views of Circular Quay, to the romantic tunes of a traditional French accordionist.

Ananas will serve a range of quintessentially French dishes, including escargots, a light and lovely Parisian French gnocci, steak tartare served on brioche, and luxurious chicken liver parfait for entrée.

Mains include whole sole meuniere with pomme purée and beurre noisette, steak frites with Café de Paris butter, deliciously tender slow braised beef cheek, and aromatic bouillabaisse.

Decadent desserts of vanilla crème brulée, golden-topped tarte tatin, or a collection of sensational French cheese will bring the evening to a close

Three-course dinner $69pp, or $89pp including matched wines
Ananas, 2 Philip Street, Circular Quay
Bookings essential: ananas.com.au

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