Becasse

Address: Westfield Sydney, Level 5, Market St (Cnr Pitt St) Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: 02 9283 3440
Email: info@becasse.com.au

Tags: parking, french, wheelchair access

Becasse Restaurant started as a small restaurant in Surry Hills. Offering 50 seats to customers in 2001, a number of customers have visited and become regulars of the restaurant and because of the ‘word-of mouth” advertisements it has become a success. Four years after it was founded, Becasse Restaurant moved to a larger location to serve more customers better.

In today's modern world where people are usually busy with their daily tasks, our main aim in Becasse Restaurant is to provide good dining experience for people who have forgotten how to enjoy their daily meals. Our establishment is designed for relaxation while our customers eat their hearty meals prepared by our chefs. Although our current establishment is situated at a 19th century building and previously served as a bank, this fact didn’t stop us to include it in the overall design that adds a unique character to our restaurant. Interior design complimented the establishment and is now providing a lot of dining memories to our guests.

Becasse Restaurant prepares traditional French cuisines, which are popular on their own right, but owner Justin North expanded the selection by including Mediterranean and Asian cuisines as well. With our menu expanded to its current offering, it provides a diverse gastronomic and dining experience to everyone who visits our restaurant.

The best customer service is one of our primary goals. Because of this, we made customer inquiries and reservations more accessible to everyone through different media. You can visit our website and inquire for reservations whether it is for functions or call our contact numbers for more information.

Forever wowing Sydney foodies with its spectacular French cuisine, Becasse has become an iconic Sydney restaurant renowned for its understated charm, the bond it has formed with local farmers and producers and the magnificent things it does with tastebuds.



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