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7701 Broadway Ave., Ste. 2 (Nottingham St.) Send to Phone
210-828-9050 | Menu
Vietnamese, French, Franco-Vietnamese --- Frederick’s serves it all in a spiffed-up but still-sedate setting.
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Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner Mon.-Sat.
  • Parking lot
  • Dress code: Business casual
  • Private room(s)
  • Reservations suggested

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Frederick's Restaurant Review

: After Frederick Costa opened Frederick’s Bistro in another part of town, the original Frederick’s, which had long needed a facelift, began to seem especially dowdy. Voila!: a freshened Frederick’s with a menu to match. Though the Asian-French fusion concept remains intact, consider appetizers of escargots with Spanish chorizo to balance an order of crab meat with rice vermicelli. Move on through a classic pho to a seafood selection such as redfish with Thai curry and a coconut milk beurre blanc or perhaps poached fish of the day with ginger, tamarind and lemon grass. Texas-raised rabbit takes Frederick’s back to France in concept, as does the aged Black Angus with périgourdine sauce and optional seared foie gras. The wine list, more than a hit parade of heavy-hitters, is especially strong in reds from around the world. For dessert, consider the floating island served in a flying nun’s hat, or the delicate apple crepia.

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