Below is a list of the top and leading French Cuisine in Austin. To help you find the best French Cuisine located near you in Austin, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Austin’s Best French Cuisine:
The top rated French Cuisine in Austin are:
- Chez Nous – was opened in 1982 and has served the authentic casual French bistro menu and atmosphere
- Le Politique – serves Austin-style French food in a bright boutique cafe
- Peche – serves French comfort food and a selection of the finest craft cocktails in a New Orleans-designed restaurant
- Hopfields – brings homestyle French cooking in a comfortable and casual space
- Paris in a Bite – serves chocolates, caviar, and French wines in a Parisian-inspired cafe
Chez Nous was opened in 1982 and has served the authentic casual French bistro menu and atmosphere. It has a personal and unique feel that makes the diners enjoy the food more. Furthermore, they serve lunch and dinner with food prepared with the finest ingredients. Their dishes also reflect the flavors and culture of France. Their food menu includes nos escargots, breaded eggplant scallopini, and pan-seared sea scallops. Moreover, they serve homemade confit duck legs and grilled ribeye steak. there are gluten-free and vegan options for some dishes. They also serve cheese plat, housemade crepe, and poached meringue island.
Address: 510 Neches St, Austin, TX 78701
“Love. Love. Love this place! Great customer service. Great ambiance. Food is ALWAYS delicious. They split our meal for us too. We ordered Escargot, wine and New Zealand Lamb Chops.” – Cynthia McAuley
Le Politique serves Austin-style French food in a bright boutique cafe. They offer a relaxing classic brassiere experience. There are brunch and dinner menus filled with tasty dishes and beverages. Furthermore, they serve an assortment of baked goods like macarons, chocolate chip cookies, and croissants. There are also cinnamon rolls, Kouign-Amann, and coffee cake. Moreover, their box lunches have vegetarian, hambone au buerre, and pan bagnat variations. There are also vegan and gluten-free options for their sandwiches. The cake selections are chocolate olive oil cake and puff pastry.
Address: 110 San Antonio St, Austin, TX 78701
”Great food (try the quiche!). Friendly staff. Fun atmosphere. Everyone says it’s expensive but you get what you for 🙂 it’s not over priced for the quality. The pics below are of the patisserie attached to the restaurant but the review stands true for the restaurant as well. Great place to brunch on the weekends!” – Jack Lawson
Peche serves French comfort food and a selection of the finest craft cocktails in a New Orleans-designed restaurant. It is the first absinthe bar in Austin showcasing pre-Prohibition-style cocktails. Tey also has an extensive curated wine list. Furthermore, their food menu focuses on rich French cuisine. Their menu includes pan-roasted veal sweetbreads, ranch lamb Osso Bucco, and beef tenderloin. They also serve classic french onion soup, Niman-ranch ribeye, and bouillabaisse. Moreover, their cocktail menu includes gin, vodka, rum, tequila, and brandy. Their absinthe selections include the finest products from Switzerland, Austria, and France.
Address: 208 W 4th St, Austin, TX 78701
”This place is great for happy hour! The staff is really helpful if you need help deciding BUT you cannot go wrong with the burgers! If you get there right at 5, then no wait but if you will be there later then i suggest making reservations! Enjoy!” – Mili A.
Hopfields brings homestyle French cooking in a comfortable and casual space. The restaurant opened in November 2011 and has served the best-tasting dishes to the community. Furthermore, the diverse menu replicates the rich culture of France. They use local farm-fresh produce with seasonal offerings. Their dishes include escargot, housemade charcuterie, and butternut squash tart. They also serve mushroom pho, Wagyu ribeye Frites, and short-rib risotto. Moreover, their beer and wine selections future great blend from various markets. It is available in glass, bottle, and to-go servings.
Address: 3110 Guadalupe St #400, Austin, TX 78705
“Was very pleased! The parking isn’t the greatest but we parked on a side street and it was totally fine. The food was great(especially the deviled eggs) and the selection of drinks had a little of everything, which i love.” – Bailey Sinicrope
Paris in a Bite
Paris in a Bite serves chocolates, caviar, and French wines in a Parisian-inspired cafe. They have a selection of ready-to-go meals and other yummy treats great for the whole day. Furthermore, there are rare wines offered at affordable deals. Their baguette sandwiches include foie gras torchon, chicken salad, and Hambon-buerre. They also serve ham and cheese croissants, lasagna bolognese, and shepherd’s pie. Moreover, they have the best macarons in Austin. It is paired with of latte or cappuccino. It is available in a box of 2s, 6s, 12s, and 24s.
Address: 3801 N Capital of Texas Hwy suite d-180, Austin, TX 78746
“I usually come in for croissants but when I saw Lasagna on the lunch menu today I had to come back and try it. It was worth it! The serving was so generous I’ll have plenty for dinner too. It is so nice to get out of house and eat in a beautiful setting with pleasant music.” – Lorelai D.
Jeanie Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.