Disappointing. I thought that a French cafe would be delicious; I got a six inch long sandwich with four Carl Buddig style slices of "roast beef".
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Not a happy experience... Today I asked for the soup of the day & I was told there was not a soup that the menu is mistaken; then I asked for the quiche champignon and she came back a second time to tell me there...More
Stopped in here for lunch, and had expectations are a bit greater than what we found. The onion soup which is one of their features was quite plain and didn't have the baked French bread and cheese in it, but rather they served on the...More
Rude! Was mostly empty at 8:45. Our large family with three adults a 11 teenagers walked in and we were refused immediately. We were told there were many reservations coming in and they would not seat us. This simply seemed suspicious. Our kids were not...More
Good afternoon, I am the owner of the restaurant and I remember very well that night. I was the one who told you we could not sit you. I am deeply sorry that you took it wrong. However, we truly had a late night reservation...More
Were looking for some place new for lunch and happened upon this little café. Food was tasty,service was attentive. Somewhat different as no "sides" were offered with the sandwiches,but the sandwiches were well prepared and very tasty.
My husband and I ate there for lunch. We were both very disappointed in the soups. My husband had the lentil soup. It was rich and creamy but not very tasty. I ordered the onion soup and it came "deconstructed." The cheese and bread toasts...More
Hello there, Sorry that you had a bad experience at the restaurant. You are right, we do the French onion soup differently. We do not use wine but champagne, and we only use a light beef base. The purpose is to make the soup healthier...More
This restaurant recently changed hands from a very nice French fellow that ran it for years. We were happy that much of the core menu remained but with a few new items added, just enough to signal that a subtle, but positive change had occurred....More
Wasnt in love with the food. Not a good place to go with groups of 10 or more as they dont seem to have a handle on brining out the food at the same time. Some people we all most finished before others even got...More
We were looking for a retreat in the city after visiting the museums and found this spot a delight. A great menu of light French bistro fare; quiches and salads, sandwiches and crepes, both savoury and sweet; all fresh and tasty. We had a leek...More