French Restaurants in Emeryville

Small Plates and Specialty Cocktails at Zoe's Bar & Restaurant. Two Options Available.

Zoe's Bar & Restaurant

Mission

Creative, balanced cocktails paired with fare ranging from light salads to burgers topped with fried eggs and forest mushrooms

$36 $35

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French Bistro Dinner or Lunch for Two with Dessert at Chouchou (Up to 37% Off)

Chouchou

Forest Hill

Traditional Provençal cuisine such as confit duck, seared filet mignon, and mushroom soufflé, ending with sweets such as banana flambé

$101.90 $69

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Three-Course French-Fusion Dinner with Champagne for Two or Four at Bijou Restaurant & Bar (Up to 68% Off)

Bijou Restaurant & Bar

Downtown Hayward

Chicken with mango salsa, pork tenderloin with chimichurri, or sole with a mirabela sauce take center stage in this fusion culinary fete

$118 $39

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$18.99 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Crepes at The Corner Creperie ($30 Total Value)

The Corner Creperie

Pleasanton

Chefs create crepe batter from scratch before folding in ingredients such as salmon, chocolate, strawberries, chicken, and mushrooms

$10 $6.33

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$15 for $25 Worth of Coffee and Crepes at Whispers Cafe & Creperie - 2nd St

Whispers Cafe & Creperie - 2nd St

San Jose

Crepes made with chicken apple sausage and shrimp, grilled portobello sandwiches, salmon burgers, and other light eats at a popular cafe

$25 $15

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Crepes and Breakfast for Carry-Out or Dine-In for Tables of Two or Four at Sweet Pea's Cafe & Catering (Half Off)

Sweet Pea's Cafe & Catering

Multiple Locations

Sweet and savory crepes—filled with Nutella, poached eggs, salmon, or chicken—for breakfast and lunch

$10 $5

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European, Southeast Asian, and American culinary traditions all influence the unique fusion recipes at Vo's Restaurant. Vegetables and rice get simmered in traditional clay pots and prawns and lemongrass are seared in woks; there's even a deep-fried catfish filet with ginger-infused nouc mam, a dip made from fish sauce. The dining room is as colorful as the dishes, featuring warm red walls, bamboo sprouting from tall vases, romantic lighting overhead.

59 Grand Ave
Oakland,
CA
US

A Cote is the top choice of lovers of French cuisine looking to sate their hunger in Oakland. Make a reservation online to experience a dinner at A Cote for yourself. Featuring dinner options inspired by areas surrounding the Mediterranean Sea and a wine list with more than three dozen vintages to choose from, A Cote serves up a fine dining experience to all who enter. It also has a full bar with every type of spirit imaginable, including sherry and absinthe. The dinner menu changes weekly, so come in often to experience all A Cote has to offer—you are guaranteed a unique experience each time you dine.

5478 College Avenue
Oakland,
CA
US

Executive chef Vanessa Dang follows up her first blockbuster of French-inspired Vietnamese dishes with this intimate sequel promising elegant small-plate options and explosive flavors. The menu pokes sleepy taste buds with shareable small plates such as maple-leaf duck-confit lettuce wraps ($9) and tuna-and-salmon poke with ginger, avocado, mango, and cucumber-and-tomato salsa ($9). Full-sized entrees combine intercontinental palates with mouth-warping orders of cumin-marinated jumbo prawns and garlic noodles ($16) or a rack of lamb marinated with Dijon-mustard peppercorn in a Bing-cherry reduction ($25). Fill out abridged meals with a glass from the saga-worthy, 150-bottle wine list or a sweet-tooth-regaling Fuji-apple-and-coconut egg roll ($8).

1715 Solano Ave
Berkeley,
CA
US

Zazou's simple but powerful selection of café fare includes savory eats and fresh sweets. Stumble out of an ear-buzzing alarm-clock stupor with an Italian dark-roast or an organic, fair-trade medium-roast coffee before diving into a classic Nutella, chocolate, and banana crêpe ($6) or a hearty vegetarian crêpe stuffed with roasted red pepper, tomato, pesto, and monterey jack ($6.95). The hot pressed sandwiches see that cuts of pastrami, ham, turkey, or grilled chicken are lovingly squished between ciabatta or baguette halves with grandmotherly intensity, after receiving a number of pinches on the cheek and savory fillings, such as roasted red pepper, pesto, and swiss cheese ($7.50¬–$7.75). The meal-worthy Lebanese salad woos ravenous leaf-loving appetites with organic mixed greens, fresh tomatoes, and kalamata olives topped with feta cheese and pomegranate dressing ($7.25). Zazou’s also features a fresh soup du jour, with past offerings that include North African lentil ($3.50 for cup, $5 for bowl).

2309 San Pablo Ave
Berkeley,
CA
US

La Sen Bistro blends culinary traditions from across the world, from Vietnam, to France, to sunny California. Split between reds and whites sourced from Californian and French vineyards, its wine list reflects the California-French cuisine emerging from the kitchen. Chefs coat duck breast in a honey-pepper sauce and craft a traditional French onion soup with garlic croutons and broiled ementale cheese. They also douse salmon in saffron sauce, pair garlic pommes frites with a ribeye steak, and fill a vegetarian lasagna with gruyere and eggplant, a tastier alternative to vegetarian lasagna made with oak leaves.

2037 Shattuck Ave.
Berkeley,
CA
US

Rendez-Vous offers you great bistro dishes from all region of france, prepared with simplicity and passion. Rendez-Vous is a great place for special occasions and any occasion.

1111 Solano Ave
Albany,
CA
US