Awarded a Sydney Morning Herald Good Guide Chefs Hat every year over the last 10 years, Bistro Molines combines the finest food with relaxed friendly service and European influenced serenity.
At Bistro Molines you could easily imagine you were in the South of France. Wrought iron chairs and candelabras, white painted cupboards and casual flower arrangements, paved courtyard and vines that stretch almost as far as the eye can see all speak ‘Provence’.
Robert creates sophisticated yet rustic French Provincal dishes for his ever-changing menu and continues to amaze with his culinary genious that attracts people from the world over to his little piece of paradise.
Robert’s menu doesn’t stray far from his French roots. You can take le français out of la France but you can never take la France out of le français. And this is never more evident than when Robert prepares the dishes of his native Provence or shows off his and Sally’s passions – the herb and vegetable garden outside the restaurant kitchen door or eggs from Robert's ‘girls’.