Located in a restored historic part of Shanghai, which gives FRANCK the old world french feel. The space is cozy and warm, and the food is authentic giving you a nice and relaxing feel. The staff are very knowledgable, and the menu is written on a board on a easel that is moved from table to table. Charcuterie board with homemade bread,and tomato and mozzeralla salad appetizers were excellent and shared by four. For entrees, Steak and roasted chicken were perfectly cooked and also shared along with ther chocloate mousse (definitely the winner) and creme bulee.
Its pricey, so company expense accounts would be helpful.
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