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Since 1976, Le Parisien has offered fine food, wines and dedicated service to the Geelong region. Opened by Lorraine and Jean-Paul Temple on the 11th of November 1976, Le Parisien is still run by the Temple family with their children and grandchildren now working in the business. The restaurant relocated to its now iconic waterfront location in 1998.Le Parisien is situated right on Geelong’s Waterfront and gives widespread views of Corio Bay. The building originally being an old boat shed still retains many of its original timber features, the main dining room is full of exposed timber beams and surrounded with large windows. Le Parisien also has a balcony, perfect for those long Sunday lunches in the sun. The main dining room has capacity for seating up to 130 people as well as a full public address system making it perfect for weddings and functions, Le Parisien is also equipped with a private function room with a sit down dining capacity of up to 40 people.FUNCTION ROOM DETAILS Le Parisien offers a new, sound proofed, private function room offering the latest technology. You will have access to a large Plasma screen, monitor ports for direct input from your laptop, DVD, a separate sound system, and internet connection.Big enough to cater for up to 40 dinning, 50 in a cocktail setting, or 60 "theatre style", your private room is perfect for breakfast meetings, business meetings, power point presentations, medical presentations, birthdays, anniversaries, or small weddings. Anything is possible in your own room.The space is also available for hire as a stand alone meeting room.Meals can be selected from our extensive menu or alternatively a personalised menu can be designed to suit any budget.Don't forget you can also hire the Le Parisien Restaurant exclusively for up to 160 people or the Wharf Shed Cafe for up to 400.
To quote one of our bloggers HenryNSW “Wonder where the local French go for a taste of home? Wonder no more”. A La Bouffe is where you will experience true French hospitality. When the French back home get together with friends and family to prepare a meal, when all the chopping, mixing and baking is done, the cook calls out “a la bouffe” let’s eat, and everyone sits down to enjoy their home cooked meal. That is what you will experience at A La Bouffe – an informal, friendly and delicious experience. No pretensions, just good friendly service and delicious food. When French visitors are feeling home sick for some Cream Brulée or Clafoutis (traditional sour cherry pudding) this is where they visit.Jacky Frenot and Gabrielle Dewan, owners of A La Bouffe Bar & Bistro invite you to come to our little corner of France in the middle of Prahran and South Yarra shopping precinct and indulge your senses with our extensive range of popular traditional French dishes and contemporary style dishes as specials. Try our Seafood Millefeuille, puff pastry with mussels, scallops and prawns in seafood bisque. Or our Pavé a La Bearnaise, grass fed Goulburn Valley beef thick eye fillet, Pommes Sarladaises, green salad and Béarnaise sauce . Just two samples from our menu. There is an extensive wine list featuring French and Australian wines, aperitifs and beers.We are across the road from the Como Palace Cinema and we are open to late. So after the film, finish off a perfect evening with a glass of wine or champagne, or a coffee and one of A La Bouffe’s signature desserts.As MoMo & Coco describe A La Bouffe: “beautiful heartfelt food delivered by unpretentious staff in an utterly elegant setting….Overall, A La Bouffe is a fine showcase of rather authentic, accessible French luxury….”
Utilising the best in local and seasonal produce to bring you an accessible dining experience where technique and quality of ingredients is uncompromised."The people of Lyon are on to a good thing. They invented the Bouchon, an eatery built on warm service and well-cooked produce. Chef Travis Rodwell has brought this concept to Bendigo, where he has earned an excellent reputation for French classics, such as snails with garlic butter and chargrilled quail with punchy bois boudran sauce. Mains such as 'Everything Wagyu' porterhouse are a worthy match for Heathcote Shiraz."The Age Good Food Guide 2014
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