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Franco Choo’s – Private Dining Functions

Prahran, 3181
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ABOUT Franco Choo’s – Private Dining Functions


Franco Choo's is a small and cosy restaurant just off Chapel Street, offering an authentic Mediterranean menu that echoes the personality of the surrounds diners find themselves in. Having travelled and worked extensively around Europe, owner/chef Steven Choo has assembled a menu that's warm, homely, thoughtful and concise.

The food on offer here is done honestly and simply but with a sophisticated and ever- changing twist that comes from a commitment to using seasonal produce.

As far as functions go, Franco Choo's takes smaller bookings within the restaurant for up to 10 guests. For larger groups up to 25 however, the entire restaurant can be hired for use as a private function venue.

Franco Choo's is found on High Street Prahran, near the corner of Chapel Street, which makes for a location that's refreshingly somewhat removed from the hustle and bustle of the busy main street. There are plenty of trams running up and down Chapel and High Streets, and Prahran station is a short walk away. The CBD is about a ten minute drive away.

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