French restaurants in St Petersburg
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French classics are paired with romance at Chef Antoine Louro’s acclaimed restaurant in an early-20th-century Victorian house. Everything is good, but the bouillabaisse, coq au vin, pâtés and filet mignon are superior. Save room for the decadent chocolate soufflé or bananas flambé. The wine list is exemplary.
Doing its best imitation of a Parisian brasserie, with globe lights and banquettes inside and sidewalk tables outside, Cassis draws crowds for its affordable and well-executed French menu and its perfect waterfront location. It runs its own bakery next door. Service suffers when it gets hopping.