Tags: dessert, licensed, parking, booking, wheelchair access, french
C'est Bon French Restaurant in Woolloongabba, Brisbane, proudly opened its doors to the public on Friday, July 25th, 2008. Ten days earlier on Bastille Day, July 14th, Anna Bligh, The Hon. Premier of Queensland, officially opened the restaurant.
Situated on Stanley Street, C'est Bon is easily accessible from both the CBD and the M1 Freeway, making it an ideal spot for 'Brisbanites' to visit and celebrate French fare and culture.
Michel Bonnet needs no introduction. Michel has opened and operated many successful restaurants. For the last five years, he and his daughter Amélie have been creating a brand for the C'est Bon Restaurants .
In his first year C'est Bon Brisbane become the best European restaurant in Queensland and this year we have just become the Best French Restaurant in Qld.
On a trip to France, Michel was very pleased to have met Celine Damour. Celine come from lâ€™ecole Hoteliere du Castel in Dijon and is a real professional, with an intense passion for the restaurant industry. Today she runs front house with ease and is always there to make sure your visit at C'est Bon will be an experience to remember.
The food remains true to Classic French-Style Cuisine, yet with modern presentation and use of local Australian produce.
You canâ€™t leave Câ€™est Bon without trying Michel's classic desserts: crème brulée, vacherin, tarte tain, pear in cassis, crepe suzette and more!
Here at C'est Bon we are all committed to offer you a little part of Paris in Brisbane.
Michel and the team wish you a wonderful experience.
The a la carte menu features Michel Bonnet's classic French dishes, proficiently re-designed to stay in touch with the customersâ€™ desires, while remaining true to classic French food. Never short of an oversized stockpot, for a 40-seat restaurant, C'est Bon French Restaurant reduces far more than produces!