The smell. I was disgusted by the first wave of rotten smell when I entered this huge hall. There were fruits piled up on uninviting metal tables with aggressive salesmen uncharmingly haunting us to buy. We escaped to the bread section, in which we hoped to find real European bread specialties, for which we would even risk a mean salesperson. But we were soooo disappointed. Many things were called European, but made of sour dough, something quite unheard of in Europe. Also, the cheese selection was more than bland on especially Swiss varieties, a country known for its exquisite cheeses. But to make this whole experience a complete disappointment, I was also told I was not allowed to make pictures, as there were many muslim women working there. Which is true, the veils were quite everywhere I looked, but come on, isn't this America? Whatever, this place has just as much to offer in variety as a good Harry's. It's not worth the gas to drive there, unless you live close and like being treated as you supposedly would be in a third world country. Very sad. (Btw, bathrooms say a lot about the cleanliness of a facility, the ones displayed here were beyond appropriate... ewww)
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