Bellevue Cottage by Antoine takes you on a culinary journey from Antoine Moscovitz’ French heritage to the heart of Sydney’s Blackwattle Bay. Located in Glebe’s heritage-listed building, Bellevue Cottage evokes a nostalgic charm with a distinctive edge, offering a modern take on classics while using local produce with refined technique. Soak up the sunshine on the picturesque terrace, enjoy a delicious meal inside the historical dining rooms, and experience a truly unique gastronomic adventure.
Originally from Paris, Antoine has an impressive culinary background that includes cooking under world-renowned chef Alain Ducasse and being appointed private chef to the House of Roederer Cristal Champagne. Antoine has also worked a little closer to home at Salt restaurant with Luke Mangan and Bather’s Pavilion at Balmoral Beach with Serge Dansereau.
Following several years as a high profile private chef in the USA, Moscovitz decided to return with his Australian family to Sydney, where partner Sam grew up.
In 2012, he opened his first french Bistro in Concord, Antoine’s Grill, which saw it voted as one of the Best French Restaurants in Sydney by the Sydney Morning Herald in 2015.
Bellevue is a heritage-listed former residence built in 1896. Designed by Ambrose Thornley Junior, the cottage was built for Glebe’s alderman, William Jarrett who resided in the adjoining house formerly known as Venetia. Today the building is maintained largely in its original form with the integrity of the old walls, Victorian ceilings and federation tiles, creating the ultimate aesthetic atmosphere.
Translating to ”beautiful view” in French is a true testament to its original name.
Contact & Info
5.30pm – 9.00pm
9.00am – 2.00pm
Monday to Sunday
5pm – 8pm
Coffee & Pastries
Monday to Sunday
8am – 3pm
Crêpes & Baguettes
Friday to Sunday
9am – 3pm
55 Leichhardt St
Glebe NSW 2037
See below for recommended street parking.
P: (02) 9552 6493