Mirepoix mid-week and out-of-season is a tough place for anyone wanting to eat out. All bar two restaurants were shut. Unable bear the thought of another meal at L'Imperial (see my review when I get around to it), we went to La Nina twice. Both times we were greeted by a warm welcome and cluttered but oddly attractive decor. The food was not good, and I don't understand the chef's abiding commitment to dried oregano. The damn stuff was everywhere! The foie gras was fine, but presented on top of a salad dressed with an acidic dressing that just did not work. The lasagne was acceptable but lacked a good bechamel sauce and the steak was what I think is called minute steak in Australia - a cheap cut of meat beaten into submission - accompanied by bad chips and yet more salad and dried oregano.
On the up side, the crepes were very good, as was the coffee.
Finally a plea to the management: Don't let the staff member who coughed into her cupped hands (good) most of the evening cut the bread (bad). Even better, put a cloth over the loaves. And buy better bread. It was close to stale.
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