Sacramento’s Best French Cuisine:
The top rated French Cuisine in Sacramento, CA are:
- Brasserie du Monde – is a part of the Reda Bellarbi & Associates, Inc. restaurant group
- Plan B Restaurant – one of the best-kept secrets of Sacramento for French Cuisine
- The Waterboy – features a seasonal menu, inspired primarily by the beautiful cuisines of northern Italy and southern France
- Célestin’s Restaurant – specializing in French Creole Cuisine
- La Bou Bakery & Café – serving delectable croissants and strong, aromatic espresso drinks, in addition to pastries, soups, salads, and sandwiches
Brasserie du Monde
Brasserie du Monde is known as Brasserie du Monde and translated from French which means Brasserie of the World, the newest addition to the group, and is the first concept launched by Proprietorship, Aziz Bellarbi-Salah. Brasserie du Monde is a part of the Reda Bellarbi & Associates, Inc. restaurant group. Their other properties include Aioli Bodega Espanola and The Grand wine bar.
Wine, Beer, Salades and Legumbes, Le Steak Frites Classique, Cocktails
“This is a very nice restaurant. The host was awesome. The food was great, and they have a very wide range of alcohol selections including beer, wine, and hard liquor. It is a little pricey, but totally worth it. Also, they have their own parking, so it made things easier for a Friday night.” – Neil R.
Plan B Restaurant
Plan B Restaurant is one of the best-kept secrets of Sacramento worked hard the past several years to serve delicious food to their community and provide a great experience. Their chefs, Bryan, Parris, and Jaime are working hard in the kitchen to serve you delicious French food, whether you order off the menu or indulge in one of their BlackBoard specials.
Calamari, Mussels, Rib Eye, Plan B Burger, Irish Coffee, Bananas Foster, Chocolate Fondant
“Currently our go-to french restaurant in Sacramento. The service is constantly good and the food is spot on. Excellent mussels, rack of lamb, rib eye, creme brulee, and chocolate fondant. I got the lobster risotto the last time which was ok for me but my wife really liked it. Prices are also reasonable compared to other French restaurants. Definitely recommend and will be back.” – Trevor G.
The Waterboy is a neighborhood restaurant in Midtown Sacramento where they are making delicious food and providing great service since 1996. Waterboy highlights a seasonal menu, inspired primarily by the beautiful cuisines of northern Italy and southern France. Additionally, they offer a diverse wine list and a full bar featuring artisanal cocktails and aperitifs.
Salad of Pickled Beets, Pan Seared Sea Scallops, Roasted Almonds, Roast Mary’s Chicken
“Wife wanted bubbles and oysters so we walked on over, we didn’t have a reservation, but the hostess was super nice, we waited a few moments and were able to get seats at the bar. The oysters were perfect, we also had a few small plates that were delicious, the bartender and the rest of our drinks were fantastic, and you can’t leave without trying one of their desserts. Superb, all around.” – John N.
Célestin’s Restaurant is owned by Patrick and Phoebe Celestin in 1983. It has always been a family affair. They were able after 18 years in their first home to build and relocate the restaurant to 1815 K Street, where the restaurant became Celestin’s Restaurant and Voudoo Lounge. Their third restaurant location is in the heart of lovely, Mckinley Park. It’s their smallest venue yet. They are excited to offer their all-time local favorites and stretch themselves to offer some new and appetizing options for your dining pleasure.
Scallops in Coconut-Lime Sauce, French Vanilla Ice Cream Float, Seafood Gumbo
“Two days ago was our first time we came to that magnificent restaurant. But It is definitely not the last. We had a great time with the excellent service, with the first-rate dishes and fine drinks and with the comfortable cost. We will definitely come back in a short time.” – Jaden G.
La Bou Bakery & Café
La Bou Bakery & Café is the first La Bou store that opened in 1982 and joined forces with Capricorn Coffees, a notable and respected San Francisco roaster and purveyor to restaurants and retail outlets throughout the country for over 45 years since 1990.
The La Bou Bakery Cafe has developed into company-owned stores and franchised units all serving delectable croissants and strong, aromatic espresso drinks. Additionally, pastries, soups, salads, and sandwiches.
Breakfast Pastries, Gourmet Soups, Salads, and Sandwiches
“Lovely place and the staff are very excited to see us every time. We are treated like royalty. The owner is also seen quite frequently opening up the doors for clients and greeting them with a big grin. The food is very good as well. Best scone in Sacramento is served here.” – Althea M.
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