Think Sunday crêpes, tapas boards spilling over with dips, cheeses and charcuterie, and bistro delights straight from grand-mère’s hand annotated recipes. Featuring an entire section devoted to duck, the menu also has the classic coq au vin and cassoulet, a traditionally French family dish which inspires warm feelings of home and belonging.
Whether it be menus for families who brunch, friends who chill, and everyone seeking the French art de vivre (art of living), So France has it covered. Weekend brunches are headlined by the crêpe station, along with the classic French omelet, and even a signature house burger.
French dining is not all stuffy and uptight, and the new So France will dispel these notions. The new menu, while featuring classic French dishes, is plated in a delightfully contemporary fashion that would not be out of place in a starred establishment. “Innovative tradition” is the phrase du jour ─ one would be remiss to skip out on dining here.
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