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Level4 2015-12-16
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My boyfriend planned ouranniversary dinner at Franco, 1 Utama . Franco is located at Ground Floor, 1Utama Shopping Centre (Old Wing). They serves fusion of Japanese and westerncuisine. We were welcomed by the staff at the entrance before seating us on ourpreferred table. The ambiance of the restaurant was simple yet comfortable.Couple of people occupied the cafe when we arrived around 8pm but it startedfilling up quickly after that. They have both indoor and outdoor seating areafor the customer. We ordered Minestrone Soup, Chocolate Soufflé, Riz Au Curryand Franco's Spaghetti Yumeina. Hearty Classic Vegetable Soup is cooked with goodness of celery chunks, potatoes and carrots in savoury and rich soup. Bread was toasted perfectly with cheese on the top.Riz Au Curry was rich, cheesy and definitely a guilty pleasure. Bed of rice with Japanese curry and melted cheese on the top with poached eggs and 2 sausages. Every spoon was delightful.Happy Anniversary Baby!! Franco's Spaghetti Yumeina is simply delicious, big portion and the poached egg adds an additional creamy texture to the spaghetti. I think it is overpriced, it only have few meat slices. Chocolate Soufflé is soft and fluffy.It was perfect anniversary for us. The foods are tasty but some ofthe foods are overpriced especially Chocolate Soufflé and Franco's SpaghettiYumeina. Good service and the foods were served fast.Tips: You have to settle your bill at the counter.Lot 146 G Floor (Old Wing)1 Utama Shopping Centre48200 Petaling JayaTel: 03- 7731 8923 continue reading
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Formerly known as Miam Miam, the Franco is a French-Japanese cuisine which has opened up a lot of outlets in IOI City Mall, Paradigm Mall, One Utama and so on.The portion doesn’t seem very big, but my friends and I had a hard time of finishing it, partially because the salty and savoury squid ink rice comes with fresh prawn. The squid ink rice with cheese inside was a little bit too sticky to taste and it left the teeth and mouth black while eating it. The egg turns out to be the added values here with the right amount of creaminess.The well-known desserts have gained much of popularity since Franco had its first outlet opened in One Utama. The Franco soufflé is an absolute must-have other than the French Toast, it comes with matcha, vanilla, cheese and chocolate flavours. Our original plan was to stick with French Toast since we had it during our first visit, however our curiosities arises when we saw almost every tables had ordered the soufflé, so the second thought led us to try something new. It turns out to be an even better dessert! The light and fluffy soufflé tastes like a mouthful of dissolving cloud with a gentle poke into the custard.Not to comment much about the ambience here, but note that the massive crowd on weekends can be somehow disturbing. And just a kind reminder most of the desserts here will take around 20 minutes to bake but take my words as well it’s totally worth the wait! continue reading
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Level4 2015-09-08
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The Famous Miam Miam is officially rebranded to ‘FRANCO’the French-Japanese Fine Casual Restaurant , You must been have heard, seen and eaten that everyone talking about ‘Miam Miam’ at 1 Utama Shopping Centre (the 1st outlet in Klang Valley).Miam Miam has been rebranded to ‘FRANCO’. Now, with this new name, eveyone can expect the same, great-tasting menu with a few exciting new additions coming...‘FRANCO by Miam Miam’ is a Singapore-Australia brand of French-Japanese inspired Fine-Casual Dining. It is an exciting concept set out to define a new dining experience – to bring the taste of fine dining restaurants into a casual lifestlye.nice weather aftenoon of sunday , On this day , me , mahin and smith was decide to have a masive of eating and shopping for our coming boracay vacation that heading on next monday ...the main purpose to one utama today is get our RM money change to Peso at the lower ground money changer and get a lunch buffet at seoul garden that same floor lower ground...we Reach one utama at 12pm and selected lunch time to eat all we can at seoul garden , today the rate for Philipine Peso is RM8.30 - 100 Peso , everyone knows that malaysia ringgit drop horribly .. so , everyone travel from budget become expensive...After done eating and shopping , we Head to Franco for drinks , at first we decide to eat but the Famous French Toast need to wait for 45 minute then we cancel and just have the drinks...will try others when the next visit.... http://eddyrushfatboy.blogspot.my/2015/01/franco-one-utama.html continue reading
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Level1 2014-10-22
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Was attracted to this place due to the LONG QUEUE and recommendation online for their signature dish - French Toast. Was really disappointed due to the taste of the food compared with the price.It cost me like RM16.80 for a French toastRM16 for a PancakeRM15 for a cheesecakeRM13 for a drink.the taste for the food was normal but personally don't thik it worth the money spent! continue reading
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Level2 2014-08-18
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Slightly over salty, but still nice. The perfectly cooked spaghetti was sauteed with frankfurters, tomatoes, baby spinach, eggplant, onions, mushrooms and turkey hams and then tossed with French butter, shoyu, and their delicious “secret broth” with an egg in the middle and finished with a sprinkle of sesame seeds. Dry base, i don't remember seeing any sauce on the plate.Love it! Generous slices of juicy tendered meat, blend perfectly with the spaghetti in their not so thick carbonara sauce, sprinkled with cheese and spices. Personally loving their carbonara sauce which mix so well with the raw egg yolk, quite different from those normal carbonara sauce which is thick and cheesy. Slurrrrrp!The juicy berries go so well with the vanilla softee topping with strawberry sauce, layering with cream cheese, biscuit crumbs and a few more strawberries below. Not overly sweet, just right for me yummm! ♥Read more on my blog : http://iwannabebeautiful2.blogspot.com/2014/08/miam-miam-cafe-1-utama-pj-review.html continue reading
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