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About Bistro Franc

Bistro Franc is a rustic French restaurant situated on the junction of Hanover Street and Duke Street, just on the fringe of Liverpool ONE. The décor has a classic bistro feel with wooden tables and chairs, candles in wine bottles and walls smattered with prints by French artists. The warm, friendly and inviting service is accompanied by traditional French music helping create a vibrant and bustling atmosphere. Daily stylish menus you will talk about and trust. The heart of Paris in the centre of Liverpool.

1 Hanover Street
Liverpool, Merseyside L1 3DW
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Dining Style:
Casual Dining

Cuisines:
French

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday: 12pm - 10:30pm
Sunday: 12pm - 10pm

Dress Code:
Casual Dress

Price Range:
£25 and under

Payment Options:
MasterCard, Visa

Phone Number:
0151 708 9993

Website:
http://www.bistrofranc.com/

Public Transport:
5 minutes walk to Liverpool Central Station.

Bistro Franc Ratings and Reviews

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4.1

Overall rating

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food

3.7

service

4.1

ambience

3.8

value

4.2

89% would recommend it to a friend

Outstanding Value (8)
Casual (7)
Pre/post Theatre (6)
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Afternoon Tea (2)
Good for Anniversaries (2)
Brunch (2)
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Quick Bite (2)
Quiet Conversation (2)
Worth the Drive (2)
Afternoon Coffee (1)
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food5
ambience5
service5
value5

 
·Dined on 27 August 2017

I have been to bisro franc a lot of times i find it brill from the food the staff and the service would go back again and again

Tags: Casual
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food4
ambience5
service4
value5

 
 (Liverpool)·Dined on 3 March 2017

Allways use this restaurant when I travel to Liverpool ( if I can get a table)

Tags: Outstanding Value, Business Meals
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food5
ambience2
service3
value5

 
 (Liverpool)·Dined on 19 January 2017

Recommended by a work colleague well worth the trip over the water. Excellent food excellent value

Tags: Comfort Food, Good for Anniversaries, Special Occasion, Worth the Drive
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food5
ambience5
service5
value5

 
 (London)·Dined on 2 September 2016

Really nice atmosphere. Friendly and helpful staff, lovely food good choices. In all a very pleasurable experience.

Tags: Good for a Date, Outstanding Value, Tasting Menu, Great Beer, Creative Cuisine, Afternoon Coffee, Worth the Drive, Great for Lunch
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food4
ambience5
service5
value5

 
 (Liverpool)·Dined on 25 July 2016

Great service in a relaxed atmosphere. It is a perfect for meeting up with friends. The food was very good and reasonably priced. I will definitely go again.

Tags: Great for Brunch, Fit for Foodies, Good for Groups, Special Occasion, Business Meals, Outstanding Value, Pre/post Theatre, Afternoon Tea
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food4
ambience4
service4
value4

 
 (Liverpool)·Dined on 23 April 2017

Very reasonable prices for food and attentive staff - nice atmosphere which made an enjoyable night out for 2 couples.

Tags: Good for a Date, Special Occasion, Casual, Good for Anniversaries
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food4
ambience3
service4
value5

 
 (Birmingham)·Dined on 16 April 2017

Have eaten many times with friends at Bistro Franc and the others in the Bistro chain in Liverpool. Very good food and excellent value for a 2 or 3 course meal for lunch or early dinner.

Tags: Sunday Lunch, Great for Lunch
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food4
ambience4
service5
value4

 
 (Liverpool)·Dined on 2 February 2017

Went on a Thursday night not too busy Food was good , the service was very quick
And the staff very pleasant. The house wine was quite good. Only one complaint there was no cucumber to go in the Hendricks gin😂

Tags: Pre/post Theatre, Casual
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food3
ambience3
service4
value3

 
 (Liverpool)·Dined on 2 November 2016

Menu on the day was acceptable for 4 adults but starters did come wrong but this was sorted,mains were on the whole ok,the banoffee cheesecake was very impressive but the chocolate tarte with berries was I'm sorry to say a disgrace! Company saved the day today,sorry to say we were a bit disappointed.

Tags: Casual, Quick Bite
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food5
ambience5
service5
value5

 
 (Liverpool)·Dined on 19 June 2016

I booked on line,when we got there they had no booking on their screen,but there were some free table,so all was good.It took a while to be served ,it was worth waiting,sunday roast was lovely.The only thing to spoil it was the awful weather,not your fault.Will definitely be back,this was about our 10th visit to the Bistro's ,we've tried them all but this is our favorite.

Tags: Good for Groups, Outstanding Value, Pre/post Theatre, Sunday Lunch
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food3
ambience3
service3
value4

 
 (London)·Dined on 19 June 2016

We went for the lunch set menu of three courses. The price was £3 extra than the usual deal because it was father's day, which was a little annoying as it was the same food. There are lots of good options for meat eaters and usually one veggie option. Usually I really enjoy the veggie option but this time the asparagus and poached egg starter was really small, and veggie filled pancake was a little lackluster. The dessert was absolutely delicious! Overall I would recommend Bistro Franc as I've eaten many great meals here.

Tags: Good for Groups, Outstanding Value, Sunday Lunch
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food1
ambience3
service3
value3

 
·Dined on 9 October 2017

I was very disapointed with meal, had to send it back, as the fish was not cooked properly..

Tags: Quiet Conversation
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food3
ambience3
service3
value3

 
 (Liverpool)·Dined on 6 January 2017

Good atmosphere taking into consideration of the restaurant being busy we had to wait a period before staff appeared to take orders for both drinks and food may I suggest that dedicated bar staff be utilised for tending drinks whilst other staff are dedicated to oversee food.

Tags: Great for Lunch
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food2
ambience3
service4
value3

 
 (Liverpool)·Dined on 6 September 2016

Very disappointed having eaten a couple of years ago at another branch and loved it.
Starter of fish soup excellent, then downhill from there. The salmon fusilli main was one of the blandest dishes I have had (can't say tasted, as that would suggest taste) and I had to call a server for black pepper, which made little difference! The chocolate desert was okay, but not inspiring in either looks or taste. Two of our table of four enjoyed their meat dishes. My cousin, like myself , made the mistake of ordering the same main as myself. I suggest the chef didn't taste this dish! Bread good.

The wine was reasonable both in price and taste. Maybe going at late lunchtime accounted for the lack of ambience.

Tags: Casual
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food2
ambience2
service3
value2

 
 (Vancouver)·Dined on 9 November 2016

I have visited Bistro Pierre in Liverpool several times and raved about the food, ambiance and service.
A table for lunch wasn't available at Pierre, so I thought Bistro Franc would be as good.
It wasn't.
The portions were *tiny*, even for lunch. HALF an already *very* small smoked mackerel filletfor a starter - REALLY?!?!?
The mains of chicken and sausages were small, bland and uninspiring.
Dessert portions were larger but also lacking flavour.

Accompanying vegetable medley was fresh and well cooked - not overdone.

Even the coffee was a disaster - the first cup overpoweringly strong and the second replacement cup only a little less strong and still bitter, not creamy and smooth, as cappuccino should be.
Undrinkable.

I had wanted this to be a lovely lunch particularly because I was visiting from Canada for only a short period and I had travelled from North Wales that morning to see my friend on the only opportunity I had.
What a shame that it really didn't at all live up to my previous great experiences at Bistro Pierre.

I appreciate the lunch vite is inexpensive, but really, if you cannot create a decent 3 course lunch for that pricepoint, don't bother to offer it.

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