Savour a magnifique meal any day of the week at The Little Snail Restaurant, a highly acclaimed Pyrmont eatery that's been delighting Sydneysiders with traditional French cuisine since it opened in 1966
Three-course meal for two people with a drink each is $89 (valued up to $150)
Three-course meal for four people with a drink each is $176 (valued up to $300)
Three-course meal for six people with a drink each is $263 (valued up to $450)
Three-course meal for eight people with a drink each is $350 (valued up to $600)
See what's included below before drooling over their full list of delectable dishes on the menu
Awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, plus ranked in Sydney's top 40 restaurants
National French winner in Foxtel's LifeStyle FOOD Channel 'I Love Food Awards' 2014
Start your evening with an entree each, with options including mushroom and leek crepe with chives, Monte Veronese cheese, and Breton sauce; salmon roulade with passionfruit dressing; and more
Sink your teeth into a main dish each. Try the loin of lamb with wilted baby spinach, maple glazed pommes boulangere and thyme jus; the kangaroo fillet with honey bordelaise sauce; or one of their other delicious options
Finish with a dessert each, like the handmade profiteroles with crème patisserie and chocolate sauce, the Belgian chocolate gateau with pineapple and coconut candy; and more
Pair your French feast with a glass of house wine each or the cocktail of the day!
Craving award-winning French cuisine? Oui? The Little Snail Restaurant is your heaven-sent hotspot. Perfect for a romantic night out, this highly acclaimed restaurant serves modern Australian cuisine with refined Parisian accents, using only the finest of fresh produce to create each elegant dish.
Featured in the Australian Good Food Guide, the restaurant has won numerous industry awards, and is renowned for its fine food, charming decor and spectacular service.
With classic dishes from escargot to classic creme caramel on the menu, not to mention their modern fusion dishes like kangaroo fillet with pureed garlic pommes or the citrus marinated Tasmanian salmon, it's safe to say The Little Snail Restaurant knows a thing or two about fine French dining.