Time Out says
Dine like a Parisian in the heart of Melbourne's most chic district
Entrecôte’s famous steak frites, breakfasts to-go and cheap coffees has migrated into Melbourne CBD.
The Parisian steakhouse is the brainchild of restauranteur Jason M. Jones and Hopkins River Beef producer Adam North, who opened the original location in South Yarra earlier this year. Service at the CBD sister venue starts Wednesday August 26, with the new venue to set up shop next to Stokehouse City at Alfred Place, the former site of Jones’ and Philippa Sibley’s ticketed fine dining restaurant Prix Fixe.
Menu favourites from the South Yarra location will be replicated in the new, 70-seater venue – expect more of the famous Entrecôte sirloin steak with bottomless fries, take away breakfast options from a street-side window and daily happy hour deals that’ll buy you oysters for $2 a pop and Mumm Champagne for $12 a glass.
There will also be new additions to the menu; executive chef Jason Rodwell has paid homage to Australia’s bounty of fresh seafood and added a selection of seafood platters as well as a fruits de mer bar for smaller, snack-sized dishes featuring oysters, mussels, prawns and pippies.
Entrecote City is open Monday to Saturday from 7am to midnight for breakfast, lunch and dinner.