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Sacre Bleu

Sacre Bleu

Fun Festive French Food !

Come and get some Truffle French toasties aka Croque Monsieur. Or nibble on some delicious fried Camembert bits serve with truffle oil and cranberry sauce ! Yum!
Perfect for sharing ... or not!

"The Camenbert cone melted my heart! Thank you JC for bringing Sacre Bleu to us."

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French Yummies

French Yummies

Bonjour food lovers!

We are a French couple who arrived in Brisbane 6 years ago. Having been welcomed so warmly in Australia, we decided it was our turn to share some of our favourite pieces of France with you!

We have created French Yummies - an online market based in BRISBANE. We import from France a unique line of reusable decorative tins filled with authentic french confectioneries such as salted butter caramels, butter biscuits, nougats… We also have a delicious range of French duck products and a selection of our favourite French groceries.

*FREE pick-up on all orders! (available in Brisbane)
*FREE shipping Australia wide for order over $150!

Come and meet us at Le Festival to enjoy the authentic taste of France and even get some awesome gifts for your loved ones! We hope you will love our yummy products as much as we do and we look forward to seeing you!

Laetitia & Raphael

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The Truffle Man

The Truffle Man

This small family run business has a passion for gourmet foods and wines.

Since coming from France and establishing their business in 2006 after settling in Australia, The Truffle Man has been importing and distributing the best French gourmet foods, wines, and champagnes through their online store. Starting out with Perigord truffles, caviar and foie gras, they now stock a wide range of the finest gourmet products. Initially servicing a small but dedicated Brisbane clientele, their customer base now includes clientele across Australia, from connoisseurs to some of the country’s top restaurants.

The Truffle Man aims to bring the very best quality fine food and hard-to-source boutique wines and champagnes to the Australian public.

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French Kiss Crêperie

French Kiss Crêperie

French Kiss Creperie is an exciting new concept for fast food dining that combines the unique French taste, quality, and “savoir-faire” with convenience and accessibility.

It has been running successfully to-date as a semi-permanent food kiosk operating out of shopping precincts around Australia.

French Kiss will expand to more locations around Australia and overseas through a franchise model. We aim to create a friendly, fun, and relaxed atmosphere with a funky industrial feel and attentive service. We intend to create a space that is distinctly country with elements of city style, high quality food, and a unique customer experience that will appeal to locals and tourists alike.

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Deliss Saucisson

Deliss Saucisson

We will showcase at Le Festival our Hand-made Saucissons Secs (dry not soft) made from traditional French recipe with 100% Local Free Range Queensland Pork.
We will also cook on site our Flammekueche "French Pizza" (Fine base topped with fresh cream, crispy bacon, onions and spices).

Dessert lovers won't be forgotten with our range of  handcrafted Macarons available in 12 different flavours.

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Chooh La La

Chooh La La

Praline Almonds, Chouchou (peanuts) and Macadamias

Gabriel arrived in Australia 22 years ago, and was surprised to find that nobody was selling his favourite treat – Chou Chou. So he launched Chooh La La!!! This French artisan craft is cooked on-site and the process is highly entertaining to watch. Classified low-risk, these praline nuts are totally vegan, all natural with no added oils, and lactose and gluten-free. Created with top quality Australian ingredients and presented in stylish packaging, this 400-year old recipe is imbued in an ambience of traditions.

EN PLUS – we offer free samples to all!

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The Chippery

The Chippery

Based out of Byron Bay, ‘The Chippery Pomme Frites’ specialises in the humble Potato chip. We start by sourcing A grade steak fries then double fry for crunch and lightly dusting with pure sea salt. The fries are then served with the following complimentary sauces and condiments:
- Sundried Tomato Aioli
- Sriracha Aioli
- Pesto Mayo
- Chipotle Mayo
- Ginger Lime Wasabi Mayo
- Vietnamese Lychee Coriander Mayo
- Heinz Tomato sauce
- Smoked Hickory BBQ sauce
- Rosemary Salt
- Sea Salt, Gravy
- Malt Vinegar
Then, add classic dishes like poutine and sweet potato wedges with sour cream and sweet chilli, you can be sure your fried potato needs are well and truly covered at 'The Chippery'!

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L’Apero

L’Apero

In France, when gathered with friends, it is customary to drink and eat nibbles, cheese platters or charcuterie. It is the mellowest moment of a day - a time of day known as "Apéro".

For the 2019 revival of Le Festival, you will find some exciting, contemporary & unique French street food at L'Apero stall.

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The French Bistrot

The French Bistrot

The French Bistrot is proud to have been a long-term exhibitor at Le Festival – Brisbane French Festival. Each year, our rustic home-made version of French cuisine provides our customers with flavours and warmth and our use of French products is what keeps people coming back.

You will discover at our stall many iconic “a la carte” dishes such as Beef Bourguignon, Chicken Blanquette and our well-known and addictive homemade French pies. We also sell a large selection of almond meal chocolate and seasonal fruit pies.

See you at Le Festival 2019 and “Bon Appetit”!

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Saucissons Australia

Saucissons Australia

Saucisson is a staple of French food culture that is just as important as bread, cheese, and wine. “The most authentic saucisson in Australia” according to Gourmet Traveller Magazine, Saucissons Australia has been produced by La Bastide since 2009. It is owned by Jean-Marc Amar, a former French executive chef, who learned the art of making saucisson while he was growing up in France’s Languedoc region. Saucissons Australia is a favourite saucisson supplier to many Sydney and Melbourne restaurants.

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