Frenchy’s Café is located in a historic cottage in Headland Park just off Middle Harbour Rd in Mosman. It has amazing harbour views and is surrounded by trees and grass. The café is French through and through, from the food down to the French waitresses and cooks. You can practice your French as the waitresses speak better French than English here. The service is laid back but the food is delicious and you can even pick up authentic French products near the register.
There are 3 main seating areas and families tend to prefer to sit on the bottom level near the grass and there is a children’s table for the little ones. They have plenty of colouring books and crayons to keep little fingers busy or they can make the most of the open spaces and go for a run on the grass. For brunch, children can choose from nutella crepes ($9) or soldier toast with nutella, jam or vegemite ($5). Kids milkshakes are $4 and babycinos $2. There is no kid’s option on the lunch menu from 11.30am, however there are plenty of sandwiches on offer and I’m sure they can pull together something special.
French brunch favourites are served between 8am-11.30am and include croissant with homemade jam ($6); baguette with jam ($6); crepes with lemon and sugar ($10); Eggs Benedict with bacon or salmon ($16 or $18); and the Breakfast Board of ham, goats cheese, avocado, roasted tomato and tomato marmalade ($18).
Enjoy a wine or beer with your lunch of French onion soup ($10.50), Salad Niçoise ($14.50), Taste of France platter ($25) or Croque MR ($12.50). To finish this off they have beautiful Tarte Tartin and Crème Brulée (both $8.50) on offer.