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A French steakhouse overlooking a lake is perhaps not something one expects to find in Plano, but Mignon is just that. Itâ€™s possible to imagine youâ€™re somewhere other than a suburban strip mall when dining here -- provided you can ignore the view of the Walgreenâ€™s across the street and all the Lexus SUVs parked out front, of course. The walls are covered with artwork of French people as imagined by Americans; you know, riding Vespas while carrying baguettes and stuff like that. The expansive menu includes French classics like escargots, steak au poivre, and pommes frites alongside more Tex-American dishes such as bacon-wrapped quail, a 24-ounce â€ścowboyâ€ť rib-eye and creamed corn with bacon. Is brunch a thing in France? Weâ€™re not sure, but itâ€™s definitely popular in Plano, and Mignon caters to the midday crowd with fried oysters Benedict, candied pecan pancakes and chicken and waffles. How very Parisian.