There’s new life to Beaufort Street thanks to Le Rebelle.
While others may have closed their doors on Beaufort Street, Le Rebelle has just opened theirs to bring some much needed new life to the strip.
Le Rebelle (rebel in French) is a contemporary take on the traditional French bistro and it will no doubt become a new neighbourhood favourite on Beaufort Street.
Located at the old Circa site opposite The Astor Theatre. Le Rebelle has transformed the narrow building into three sections. Starting at the front there’s a casual drop-in drinking space. The middle is the original wooden bar from Circa’s which then leads to the intimate dining room at the back.
The ‘romantica’ of Le Rebelle is about the romance of Paris and New York, particularly the nostalgia these cities evoke for bygone eras where the bistro was the meeting place for every affair.
Eats and Drinks at Le Rebelle
Le Rebelle’s menu is about cooking familiar European foods with a huge emphasis on quality.
To start the night try the blue manna crab toast, or the duck liver parfait, truffle butter, cumberland and brioche will be the perfect complement to a glass of wine.
As for the mains – they will range from light and fresh to decadent. The standout is bound to be the Wagin roast duck, frites and bearnaise. Not to be outdone though by an ever-changing dessert menu will keep diners guessing.
For the wine list, it’s concise with each wine selected for a reason. Both sophisticated and accessible, Le Rebelle has something for everyone – local and international classics, organics, and high-end wines for a special treat.
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