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Being British, being some way from the sea - we were delighted when Fransons opened up and having eaten here many times the fish has always been top class. We believe now that many of their customers are French and we are delighted that they...More
We visited the Cafe Fransons this week, glad we did! We didn’t have a reservation (tel 05 45 25 96 22) and the garden patio was pretty full. There are tables inside too but there was no room at the inn. We asked for a...More
Friendly service. Beautiful haddock in crisp batter served in pleasant outdoor area.
Desserts look appealing but over pricing (5, 6€) prevented us from trying.More
Date of visit: June 2018
Fransons, Owner at Cafe Fransons, responded to this reviewResponded 4 June 2018
I am very happy to hear you enjoyed your Fish & Chips and our friendly service in a pleasant setting. Sorry you felt
the desserts were over priced, but the majority are freshly homemade and range from 4.20€ - 5.20€.
I'm sure if you were...More
Very good and friendly service, extremely clean tables and kitchen. They have London Pride!! OMG!! Crispy batter thats not too thick, just right, really fresh fish like you will never find in the UK. A real gem!
Batter beautiful. Fish excellent. Bit of England en France. Good to note that as many French people enjoy meals here as the English contingent. Have eaten here several times, always good. Will visit again.
It seems strange to be writing about the best fish and chips I've ever had in a cafe in France, but it is true. You would think there couldn't be anyone who did the dish better than your favorite chippy in Britain, or indeed Holland...More
I have been for lunch at this traditional British fish and chip restaurant and I know of none better. I had a small haddock and chips with mushy peas and washed it down with a more than passable house rose. I must say that I...More