Métisse is a bold and progressive French restaurant in Potts Point headed by chef, author and television personality Opel Khan.

Tucked away on Roslyn Street, Métisse brings an impressive all-French team to the kitchen with nine Michelin stars between them, including head chef Benoit Lollichon and Khan’s daughter, Lucinda Khan as Sous-Chef.

Métisse offers guests technical yet affordable dining, showcasing the best fresh and local produce with vibrance and sophistication.

Degustation available from Tuesday to Sunday, from 5pm.

Winning Awards


Opel Khan Chef Patron

head chef – Benoit Lollichon
 Lucinda Khan Sous – Chef

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A five-course degustation dinner with matched wines for $100 a head? Am I dreaming?

Dining at the new Metisse in Kings Cross is like travelling through time, and not just because of the so-last-century prices.

The notorious restaurant site where Gastro Park traded –  just off the strip at Kings Cross – will reopen this week as Metisse with head chef Benoit Lollichon, a graduate of Restaurant Guy Savoy, the Paris eatery with a bank of Michelin stars.

It was a sad day when  Gastro Park closed its doors, and an even sadder day when Grant King’s next restaurant in the space, Antipodean, closed after less than a year in operation.

Historically, Sydney’s Kings Cross has not been known for its restrained French chic. The area became a red-light district after World War II, as sailors docked at the nearby naval base and came ashore looking for a little R&R.