• 14/20 The Age Good Food Guide 2015

    There’s a soothing simplicity to a meal at Franco Choo’s. The homey vibe translates perfectly to the plate.

    14/20 The Age Good Food Guide 2015
  • The Australian

    They just don’t make ‘em like this any more.

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    The Australian
  • The Age

    Rustic, raucous and packed to the rafters most nights, this tiny trattoria is dishing up honest, home-style food, warm hospitality and well-paced service. It’s snug but stylish informal dining.

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    The Age
  • Broadsheet

    Doing things its way and gaining a loyal following…and it’s very reasonably priced. The wine list is a treat.

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    Broadsheet
  • Gourmet Traveller

    Pint-sized with more than its fair share of home-style charm.

    Gourmet Traveller
  • The Herald Sun

    It is perfect for Melbourne autumn and winter, being cosy, friendly, wooden and rustic. Entering from the nearby busy Chapel St intersection, it is immediately intimate and welcoming.

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    The Herald Sun
  • The Weekly Review

    A petite, charming bistro that transports diners from Melbourne’s hustle and bustle to a slower, gentler place. The brief menu manages to be diverse and interesting and there’s a fabulous Victorian-based, Italian-themed wine list.

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    The Weekly Review
  • 3AW

    Having a small menu is anything but dull, it just means you have to change it up a bit, which is what Steven Choo does at least every fortnight, continuously evolving according to the season’s top produce and the chef’s own whims.

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    3AW
  • 14/20 The Age Good Food Guide 2015

    There’s a soothing simplicity to a meal at Franco Choo’s. The homey vibe translates perfectly to the plate.

    14/20 The Age Good Food Guide 2015
  • The Australian

    They just don’t make ‘em like this any more.

    READ MORE…

    The Australian
  • The Age

    Rustic, raucous and packed to the rafters most nights, this tiny trattoria is dishing up honest, home-style food, warm hospitality and well-paced service. It’s snug but stylish informal dining.

    READ MORE…

    The Age
  • Broadsheet

    Doing things its way and gaining a loyal following…and it’s very reasonably priced. The wine list is a treat.

    READ MORE…

    Broadsheet
  • Gourmet Traveller

    Pint-sized with more than its fair share of home-style charm.

    Gourmet Traveller
  • The Herald Sun

    It is perfect for Melbourne autumn and winter, being cosy, friendly, wooden and rustic. Entering from the nearby busy Chapel St intersection, it is immediately intimate and welcoming.

    READ MORE…

    The Herald Sun
  • The Weekly Review

    A petite, charming bistro that transports diners from Melbourne’s hustle and bustle to a slower, gentler place. The brief menu manages to be diverse and interesting and there’s a fabulous Victorian-based, Italian-themed wine list.

    READ MORE…

    The Weekly Review
  • 3AW

    Having a small menu is anything but dull, it just means you have to change it up a bit, which is what Steven Choo does at least every fortnight, continuously evolving according to the season’s top produce and the chef’s own whims.

    READ MORE…

    3AW
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