A New York Italian-inspired family restaurant and bar, Frankie & Benny's Wembley transports diners back to 1950s America. In typical stateside fashion, find a bustling open kitchen and plush booth seating in the dining room, along with 1950's-style music and a bottle-lined bar.Illuminated by its instantly-recognisable neon-red sign, head into the cosy dining space and feast on dishes like the signature 'Big Frankie's' platter, the fiery American Hot pizza, or a blueberry Eton Mess sundae.Indulge in piled-high pancakes with crispy bacon and syrup, washed down with freshly-ground coffee at breakfast, and choose from over 30 dishes on the Frankie & Benny's lunch menu. Come evening, enjoy an indulgent meal with countless pizzas, pasta dishes and desserts to choose from, and sip on cocktails mixed by the expert bar staff.
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Frankie & Benny's
Unit 100,London Designer OutletWembleyWembleyHA9 0AA
- +44 2089037824
Vegetarian Breakfast ( harsh brown, avocado, beans, eggs, mushrooms, tomatoes and toasts)(under £6.00)
Unfortunately I had a battle with the pepper pot and pepper pot won! Yet this didn't ruined my breakfast! Unfortunately my beans were a bit cold but the food was still great. The reason I gave it a 3 starts was that the waiter forgot to put our order through. However he did gave us 10 %...more
Poor, not even food, but tasteless pulp of a calzone and frozen beef patty burger. Out of control kids and substandard service. Headache & buttache.more
I occasionally visit Frankie and Benny's as its just basic, fits the purpose food. It offers American food and isn't anything special - but it does do it well. It means though that it's a similar experience to Coast to Coast.
The food is good quality and has a decent portion size. Price is okay too.
I've always found the staff very attentive and friendly and never have waited long for...more
With a young extended family in tow and booths big enough to fit a ravenous clan, this place looked like a good plan, but should the game at the stadium opposite fail to bring you to tears, frankly, Frankie's and Benny's food will.
What was that rumbling?
Despite pangs of hunger, I couldn't really eat any of their tasteless, insipid, overcooked slop, so was it my stomach? Or could it have...more