Good for: Families, couples
Price Range: Expensive
Features: Good variety
Fandango is a vintage French restaurant that feels like a distant relative’s house. The decor is simple and somewhat traditional. The food? Tasty, nicely plated, but a tad on the expensive side. Families will appreciate the relaxed atmosphere and rustic feel. On a cool coastal evening, sitting next to the fireplace is so cozy.
Fandango French Family Restaurant
Food was good but portions were on the small side. The French Onion soup was delicious and we appreciated the fact that the chef was willing to omit the bread (wheat/gluten) so my husband could eat it. Filet Minion was cooked just right and the sauces complimented it nicely.
Service at Fandango is a bit . . . different. The staff is helpful but not necessarily friendly and over-jovial. Remember, this is a French restaurant. Waiters are a bit ‘matter of fact’ but they are helpful.
Overall, we had a good experience at Fandango. The check was much higher than we’d typically pay so I’m not sure if it’s one that would be a regular stop during trips to the coast. However, it’s definitely a good place to go if you’re tired of the typical fast food fare.