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If you’re craving amazing fine dining cuisine in Holladay, head over to Franck’s. For an appetizer, the wild-mushroom tart is splendid, as is the goat-cheese creme brulee. There’s a nod to France on the restaurant's menu with three-cheese fondue, as well as New World specialties such as organic Southern-fried chicken, pan-seared sea bass and smoked duck breast & confit leg. Franck’s take on meatloaf is slowly braised pulled pork, veal and chicken in a blueberry-lavender sauce. Don’t miss out on Franck’s not-so-traditional take on steak: Wagyu sirloin steak served with porcini purée, crimini mushrooms and blackberries.
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