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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 and à la carte options available from Tuesday to Sunday, from 5pm.


Opel Khan Chef Patron

head chef – Benoit Lollichon
 Lucinda Khan Sous – Chef

Food & Wine

Metisse Press

Metisse review


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.