The World’s Greatest French Dinner

An event organised by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs and the chef Alain Ducasse
On 21 March in 150 countries Goût de France / Good France will bring together over 3,000 restaurants and 150 embassies over five continents in a celebration of French gastronomy. Chefs from around the world will come together for a meal to celebrate the vitality of French cuisine and unite around the joint values of sharing and pleasure in a planet-friendly and healthy way.


We are back the day you’ve all been waiting for is here. Cafe Ce Soir
opens its doors at 11 am for lunch with the official opening is at 6 pm for dinner. Come down and try our new menu (to be posted here soon) our new wines and our decadent desserts you’ve all come to love. 

Specials: May 15 – 19

 This weeks special is

Wild Fiddleheads

Sautéd wild fiddleheads in lemon garlic butter with sweet potatoes and eggplant gnocchi, shrimps and Parmesan cheese. Fiddleheads are hand picked in the forest by Chef Tran, limited quantities. Come and try it out before it’s all sold out, otherwise you gotta wait till next year for Chef Tran to go picking once again.  Lunch is $16, Dinner is $28.   


BRUNCH    |    LUNCH    |   DINNER

We are extremely excited to announce our new and vastly improved menu! We’ve worked hard to create a more focused collection of new dishes while keeping a few of our old favorites. Adding some classic french dishes as well as some favorite weekly specials we’ve had . Are you trying to avoid that sluggish after lunch lull? The new lunch options and salads are just what you are looking for. It’s nearly impossible to pick a favorite among the new entrees, but lets just say the Lamb Shank is a front runner.
Point being, if you thought you knew Café Ce Soir’s  food, prepare to have your expectations and mind blown away. The new menu is here and we can’t wait for you to try it!