Chez Francis is a quintessential Parisian brasserie serving traditional, gourmet French fare in a lively atmosphere. Located in the iconic Les Halles space at 411 Park Avenue South, Chez Francis brings the epicurean vision and passion of its bon vivant founder, Francis Staub – the creator of the eponymous Staub enamel cast-iron cookware – to life in a convivial setting designed for guests to gather over a sense of joie de vivre. The menu features an extensive array of French staples, from familiar classics such as Escargots, Frog Legs “Escoffier” with Grenobloise sauce and Steak Frites to more extravagant preparations meant for sharing including Lobster Thermidor and Whole Roasted Cornish Hen served in one of Francis’ famous cocottes. An assemblage of flambées, cart service and tableside presentations bring culinary theater to the restaurant’s grand brasserie setting.
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