When French chef Thomas Cauquil and French brewer Vincent de Soyres met in a Paris hospitality school back in 2005 the last thing they probably envisaged for their future selves would be opening a French eatery and brew house in Sydney, Australia. Fast forward to 2017 and here they are with their freshly opened Parisian-style eatery and brewery, Frenchies Bistro & Brewery located in Rosebery foodie haunt The Cannery.

Frenchies Bistro and Brewery

The Bistro menu is all about affordable in-season dishes with an undeniable delish French feel and includes hearty options like Lyon sausage poached and cooked in brioche (a.k.a fancy sausage in a roll), confit duck leg stuffed with Tuscan cabbage, Balmain bug in puff pastry. The bar food is also a foodie delight with charcuterie and cheese boards to go with the house-made brews.

Love beer and French food? Your ideal eatery just opened in Rosebery

Speaking of brews, they've got two brew tanks and five vats to produce the liquid gold which translates to eight beers on tap at their warm, welcoming bar. Flavours range from a German-style blonde beer to a pale ale to an Australian ale aptly called Rye the Red Dog. Cauquil and De Soyres plan to change up the brews with the seasons along with the menu.

Frenchies Bistro and Brewery beers

Frenchies Bistro & Brewery is located at The Cannery, 6/61-71 Mentmore Ave, Rosebery. The Bistro is open for lunch every day from 12pm - 2.30pm and for dinner Tuesday to Saturday 6pm - 10pm. For bar opening hours, head to their website. frenchiesbistroandbrewery.com.au

Love beer and French food? Your ideal eatery just opened in Rosebery