Situated on the junction of Hanover Street and Duke Street, Bistro Franc is just on the edge of the ‘Liverpool One’ Shopping Centre. This Gallic eaterie perfectly complements it’s sister restaurants, Bistro Pierre in the Cavern Quarter and Bistro Jacques on Hardman Street.
The two-storey restaurant is sited within Church House, the previous home of the Archbishop of Liverpool. The Décor is a classic rustic French theme. The wooden chairs and tables, exposed brickwork, candles and walls smattered with prints by French artists, altogether create a traditional and authentic ambience.
The warm, inviting and relaxed service is accompanied by fresh and daily changing selection of “entrees” and “plats de resistance”, as well as a variety of mouth-watering Mediterranean dishes. The menus change daily to make use of fresh market produce and this adds to the vibrancy and spontaneity of this bustling inner-city restaurant.
Theatre-goers, students, shoppers and the business crowd all gather at Bistro Franc to create an eclectic mix and a wonderful bohemian feel.