Stopped in for lunch while shopping near home. Lots to choose from, well prepared, good service. Attached shared space with a bakery and full service bar. Worthy selection.
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Go and eat the Croque Monsieur with the tossed salad. It is exactly what you will find at the little cafes on the streets of Paris. Definitely not low calorie unfortunately.
The food is consistently good. But they are also consistently slow. We long ago decided we can't go on work days. You may be there well over an hour. I went with my mom and grandma yesterday. We all liked our food, but it took...More
We had called in during the Arts Festival - naturally buy - we waited for an outside table as it was noisy inside. After about 20 minutes we got a table. After another 15 minutes we finally got asked about drinks and we also ordered...More
A group of us went for brunch. I don't usually like buffets but this was wonderful. A nice assortment of salads, breakfast potatoes, fresh plump shrimp and a chef preparing omelets to your liking. I didn't try them but the desserts looked yummy. The Bloody...More
Went for lunch. Cafe is clean and service is nice. The food is what I would call Tex-French, nothing like you would see in a bistro in France. Quantity is the word here, non quality. Portions are huge, per Texas standards. I had broccoli quiche...More
Relaxing jazz and wonderful dinner. Bar accommodated by making peach Bellini for me, my all time favorite and it was my all time favorite. Do not skip dessert, yummy. The French influence on the cuisine - best ever sauces and Caesar dressing. To die for.