Sunday, 29 June 2014

Le Pub, Sydney CBD

The dining area of Le Pub is a bit posh with its French Bistro decore and menu. Just off King St, it is a nice escape from the hussle and bustle of the City CBD.  Be prepared to pay slightly posh prices and not your typical $15 pub prices but it will be worth it.

The staff were very attentive and very informative about food.  I settled on the Confit Duck and the beef pie.  The duck was well cooked and luscious with the trimmings of gnocchi, spinach and chest nuts.  Delicious! My friend commented that she thought the portions were a bit small but she still enjoyed the Duck main.

However the signature dish for Le Pub is the pie. The pie was amazing.  I felt like I was drinking a glass of wine in the pie filling.  Amazing! The beef was moist and the flavours of mushroom and wine came through. The pastry was golden and crunchy.

To finish off, indulge in the chocolate slice.  Another recommendation from our friendly waitress.

Prices: Mains about $24-30
Confit de Canard - Confit Duck Leg, pumpkin gnocchi, wilted spinach, orange and butter chestnuts - $27

Pie au Boeuf Bourguignon - slow braised beef with mushrooms, lardons, red wine, cripsy puff pastry and creamy paris mash - $24

Chocolate Slice with cream

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1 comment:

  1. the pie looks perfect for winter but omg i want that chocolate slice!