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Frank Cafe Bar
Who are they
Frank is a cafe bar located by the Welsh bridge on the Frankwell edge of Shrewsbury. A popular location for the theater crowd, their new venue is more of a stone's roll than a throw from where they were previously located, across the road.
What do they offer
With the bricks and mortar move came something of a re-invention. Where previously they were know for their tapas and cocktails menu, they are now firmly in the American diner and cocktails camp. The food can be described as burgers, dogs and sundaes. Frank's burgers are pretty fantastic and include the classic cheese burger and the New York deli burger. The chilli cheese dog is a treat and the signature chilli as a side is worth adding to your order.
Why do we like them
We like Frank Bar Shrewsbury because they are about the best American food in town - a gap in the market that has been crying to be filled for years! While we wished they still opened at lunch times, they are still worth an evening trip into town for. The prices are very good considering you wouldn't pay too much less for some poor excuse for a burger from a fast food chain. We aren't sure why they have chosen to spell chili with two Ls but it's not worth crying into their Mac and Cheese about.
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Fantastic Homemade Sausages and Bacon. Roger Gough is possibly the best Butcher in the country at the moment! Cannot recommend this butcher enough!
the best breakfast in shrewsbury
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