Snobby, pretentious with lackluster food. Price is reasonable but many other better french restaurants to visit.
The atmosphere is quite bland with nothing in particular to look at. The staff was at best icily polite and disinterested.
I had lamb, but it was just so bland. (And overly fatty.) Neigbor customer complained of the same problem.
If you are looking for tasty food, nice decor, music and space to enjoy your meal, do not bother with this place. They seem to cater to retired old snobs who spends their evening debating on unbelivably unimportant issues.
If you have a gift certificate like I did, prepare to fight with the waitress for the balance.Luckily, the manager was "gracious" enough to give me anotger certificate. Perhaps, it is for this reason I didn't get a rose?
Also, that chocolate they hand out with your receipt comes from Costco. Here's a hint: Get your chef to make homemade truffles. Yes, it costs more and a hassle, but is this not a gourmet restaurant?
All in all, a poor choice for a restaurant.
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February 18, 2013
Thank you for your review. It's a learning opportunity for us and our staff, and a chance to serve you better. After many customer requests, we had to extend the Valentine's Day festivities to cover the week-end.
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It is our policy not to exchange gift certificates for cash. Upon payment of your meal, we provided you with a gift certificate that represented the balance of your original gift certificate. This is standard policy in most establishments.
In view of this special Valentine's day week end, all our clients were given roses to underline the occasion. Please contact us and we will be more than happy to provide you with your missing rose.
And thank you for your constructive comment pertaining our truffles. I was unaware that Costco (a wonderful establishment) had copied our home made truffle recipe included in our Valentine's 7 course special. And yes we do include small chocolates, from Costco, with the bill as a replacement for the traditional candy provided by other establishments. Customers feedback has been positively to this added touch that sweeten the palate.
The next time you are in our restaurant, please do not hesitate to pass by and look into the kitchen.
Germain Brunet & Annie Durand-Brunet
Owners of Le Saint-Ô Restaurant
This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of TripAdvisor LLC.