4137 E Anaheim St, Long Beach, CA | Directions 9080433.782708 -118.143924
Lunch: Friday 11:30am-2:30pm Dinner: Tues-Sun: 5:30pm-9:30pm
A++ – When I go out to eat, I expect to pay a lot for my meal. I also expect to get a lot of food for that money. I'm a bit of a foodie and only want the best. Well, this place did deliver a great meal that I really enjoyed, only the portion was so small that I left feeling hungry still. The price wasn't worth the meal. However, the ambiance is very nice.
Awful – Do not subject yorself. Food bad. Service horrid
Poor service, cold food – We had high hopes but it wasn't a good experience. My husbands veal shank was cold in the middle - they just didn't heat it all the way through. We pointed it out to the waitress who apologized, but they didn't take it off the bill. The service was disorganized and painfully slow. I know it's a family-run place, but they need to work on their execution and organization.
Suprisingly Great a Diamond in the Ruff – Upon 1st aproach it doesn't look like much but it's what's inside that counts. Service was superb, ambiance was unexpectedly pleasent and even delightful. The ingredients were top notch. Gravlax and caviar were salty and flavourful while the olive oil for dipping bread was fresh and yummy. The main courses were traditional French fare with small portions but excellent in design. I'm going back again would you like to join me?
Nice French restaurant in Long Beach. – Every thing is wonderful here. Foods is tasty, service is attentive and price is less than other french restuarant.
The only drawback is finding the parking space to park your car.
Why? only street parking. It's not big deal because the whole dining experience is unforgetable later on.
Frenchy's, best secret in Long Beach – If you know food, Frenchy's Bistro is the little piece of wonderful on Anaheim Street. It is hidden in a strange strip mall. If you appreciate the simplicity of classic franch food, this is the place. The pate, house smoked salmon, the sole and the sand dabs are top notch. They are resonably priced and I am excited whenever I am able to dine at Frenchy's. If you know anything about French Bistro cuisine, you'll want to go to Frenchy's.
Better than ever! – Frenchy's has found it's niche. Really good French Bistro food that you can depend on when it comes to flavor and depth. The best Souffle in LA also.
I love this restaurant – A cozy neighborhood restaurant with a professional, well-trained staff which knows their food and wine, Frenchy's is one of those places which keeps us coming back again and again. We've yet to try a bad wine yet based upon the waiter's expertise. I've had sole so fresh and utterly perfect, it could make a person weep; lovely sand dabs; succulent duck with orange sauce. Too ambitious may've been the pairing of salmon with crabmeat and lobster sauce. Onion soup or really any soup is just fine and I can't imagine not ending my meal with one of their grand marnier soufflés.
A huge disappointment! – The food was less than mediocre and the service was terrible! The waitress was downright rude!
Romance in Long Beach! – Frenchy's has the romanticism of a small, family-owned restaurant. Yet the menu offering is as varied and eclectic as shipboard buffet. Everything is served to perfection, from appetizers to desserts. Then there's the world class wine bar. This place has it all!
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