“It's the desserts that are amazing.”
“The food is good.”
“Food was good service was terrible”
“The mussels are good, price not bad.”
“When we were done we sat looking at our empty plates and water glasses for at least 10 minutes with no inquiry about a refill, a need for anything else or would we like our bill.”
Food was good service was terrible. Wait staff does not acknowledge anyone who comes in. People continually asking if they should seat themselves or wait to be seated. 3 servers walked past our table a half dozen times each before one finally brough us a menu. When we were done we sat looking at our empty plates and water glasses for at least 10 minutes with no inquiry about a refill, a need for anything else or would we like our bill. We finally had to flag our waiter down to ask for our bill. As we had plenty of time to sit and watch waiters walk past our table with no interaction, we were able to see it was a common issue for everyone in the restaurant.
Go on Crepe' Night.
Go there every month for an Italian language meet-up. everyone loves it.
The mussels are good, price not bad. Staff is hospitable and friendly. If you go on Tuesday night, the special is unlimited crepes and Mimosa's for $10 bucks! Cheese, Ham, Nutella, and fruit spreads are your choice.
Small sidewalk area is fun as Hillcrest has a lot of character. great neigborhood feel.
Fresh, bustling lunch spot treads the line between a civilized French bistro and East Coast American deli..
Green awnings and outdoor tables give it the feel of a sidewalk cafe in the Italy or France, but the chatty patrons and lively conversation add plent of all-American presence. The menu is faithfully Mediterranean, too, with croissants and other flaky pastries, croques, paninis, omlettes and crepes. A healthy salad selection offers a kick of freshness, and the baked-daily cookies like lemon, meringue and palmier sweeten the deal.
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