More about Franco's Restaurant
One of London’s longest-standing Italian eateries, Franco’s Restaurant has been serving traditional Italian dishes for over 6 decades. Enjoying a prestigious location close to Piccadilly, it is surrounded by boutiques and art galleries, and evolves as the day wears on: from quiet breakfast spot, to buzzing lunch venue, to romantic restaurant in the evening.
Franco’s a la carte theatre menu is popular among visitors to the West End, while the dinner menu boasts sumptuous dishes such as pan-fried sea bass with aubergine puree, cherry tomatoes, capers & baby courgettes, pappardelle with delicate foie gras & basil, and decadent chocolate profiteroles.
Diners can enjoy a light lunch on the pavement tables under the canopy, watching the city go by; or can opt for an elegant 5-course meal in Franco’s Venetian-style restaurant, with its polished wooden floors and floor-length mirrors.
Franco’s Restaurant in St James’s just a 3-minute walk from Green Park Tube Station, and a 10-minute walk from Shaftesbury Avenue and Theatreland.