I had dinner for the second time at Franco's and of course had to have the foie gras (wait staff in a French restaurant should know how to pronounce the food). This preparation did not disappoint. It was followed up with the trout, whose flavours were excellent. I was not sure that the relatively heavy flavour of chorizo would go well with trout but it works. The gnocchi were a little too dense for my taste. And of course I always have dessert, which in this case was the flourless chocolate cake! The portion size was too large as is common in American restaurants for all courses, but made for a nice snack the next day. It was dense, not too sweet and the heavenly richness of chocolate melted on the tongue.
I often eat out alone and a lot can be told about service when you do, since you have a chance to watch the service around you. Often service for a single person is not as attentive or is rushed in an apparent attempt to have you vacate the table. Here one's particular waiter/ress is augmented by management and bar staff and is very good and not overbearing.
I can definitely recommend Franco's for a lovely dinner.
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