Great lunch on Friday! Husband had Chicken fried steak and I had the salmon Cobb salad with a Hummingbird cocktail- great service but at 2pm , the restaurant was slow- I recommend it to all
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One of my favorites restaurants in Houston. Located in the River Oaks area. The food is always excellent. The drinks are great. The staff is friendly and polite. They are about the customers.
The food at Frank's is very very good. My favorite food is the chicken fried steak. It is very very good. The service at the bar is great. The bartenders are attentive and friendly. This is one of my favorite places to dine and/or have...More
Met my daughter and new bf there for dinner. Had an appetizer and wine in the bar beforehand. Bartender was great, wish I could remember his name, had a beard, youngish guy. I had the Shrimp and Grits dinner, and it did not disappoint. Everyone...More
Just came from a great family dinner at this place with fantastic American cuisine. Tuna tartare and beef tenderloin appetizers were great! Highly recommend shrimp and grits and short ribs too! Great service. We will be back.
The food is very good southernly fried to perfection and accompanied with a tasty variety of salads soups and vegetables. The waiters and waitresses are polite and go out of their way to provide a quality service! The food comes out in a timely manner...More
First time for lunch - many times for dinner. Thought I'd have a 'working lunch' with colleagues and it was PERFECT. In addition to the amazing menu, the setting was just quiet enough so we could have business discussions. As always, the service is some...More
At the suggestion of our daughter, we tried Frank's for our anniversary dinner. So glad that we did! The food was great and the service was excellent! A large variety of dishes at reasonable prices. As our daughter described this place, this is a foodie...More
As gumbo judges, we wanted to visit Franks to see how they measured up. Quite well, as a matter of fact. The roux was a nice brown with a savory flavor. There was ample seafood, including oysters, and just enough okra to identify it as...More