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dined on Tue, 18 Jul 2017

Excellent meal, great service. One of our 'go-to' places for fine dining in Canberra

dined on Sat, 8 Jul 2017

Courgette is always good but the current menu is the best ever
Maurice Merzian

dined on Sat, 8 Jul 2017

Very courteous service, taste exceptional & good choices from set menu

dined on Thu, 15 Jun 2017

Divine food in a lovely quiet and luxurious setting. Courgette never disappoints.

dined on Sat, 10 Jun 2017

We have dined at Courgette restaurant many times and unfortunately this time the food and sitting in a board room with no view was not upto its usual high standards. The cold carrot entrée had a grit and very hard seed through it which took away from the carrots which are the hero of the dish. Lamb and eye fillet were cooked to perfection. Please bring back the refreshing sorbet to cleanse the pallet before the rich desserts. Overall very good but not the best.

dined on Sat, 10 Jun 2017

What a gem! Beautiful, delicious food and excellent value for money. The customer service was superb and the cuisine was to die for. Highly recommended if you visit Canberra!

dined on Mon, 5 Jun 2017

Food was delicious, especially the raspberry and short bread mille feuille. Service was a touch slow but very friendly staff members.

dined on Sat, 27 May 2017

All courses excellent. The best dining/lunching venue in Canberra. Chef Mussillon should be knighted for services to haute cuisine.
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About Courgette Restaurant

You say zucchini, I say Courgette Courgette is to restaurants what Bentleys are to cars – seriously luxurious. Located in the heart of Canberra city, expect French, fine fare from this frequently gong-winning restaurant. Dishes may appear to be simple but they rely on the freshest of ingredients and adventurous pairings to delight diners – and they’ve managed to collect chefs’ hats every year for the past three years. Whether you want a three-course lunch or four course a la carte dinner, you had better be prepared to make some difficult choices. You should also ready yourself for dishes that delight the eye and sing on the tongue. Try the roasted Jerusalem artichoke, asparagus and eschalot with garlic foam, hazelnuts and lemon dressing. Alternatively, you may prefer the black Angus grange fillet of beef with pomme fondant (very fancy mashed potatoes), French lentils with heirloom carrots and olive jam. Expect courteous staff, well presented food and quality wines matched to your meal. Best dish: Prosciutto wrapped, pan-seared scallops, confit chicken wings with pea mousse, lemon olive oil balsamic reduction

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