The French Pan Tree
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Traditional French cuisine is tweaked with a modern approach by the Parisian chef, using the best of the Clarence Valley's local produce, including seafood straight from the trawlers. Book ahead on weekends
This fully licenced restaurant offers modern french cuisine with a menu entirely powered by passion!
Upmarket but relaxed fine dining, they use local produce from the Farmers market and seafood from the local trawlers. Definitely book for dinner here!
15 Clarence St, Yamba NSW 2464 Open Wed- Sun for dinners (5.30-11.30pm) As their Instagram page would read the Pan Tree is a French Restaurant in Yamba Awarded 1 Hat by Australian Good Food Guide 2018 & 2019 Specialising in French touch cuisine and delicacies. Won’t disappoint.
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