Seeing advertising somewhere, we went for the Sunday brunch after a trip to the Utah Shakespearean Festival, hoping to prolong a nice experience with a special brunch. It was $15.99 a head, so by the time you add in tax and tip you're getting close to $20 bucks each. For this we got: homemade tomato/onion soup that was OK but not hot; a bread basket with one bread roll each in it; a slice of quiche that was tasty enough but again not hot; a puffy potato thing; and a dessert. With the exception of the desserts, the experience felt stingy. I mean, heck, slice up half a loaf of French bread and don't look so cheap. And use smaller plates if you don't want to fill them up. The wait staff was very fine, but this place is certainly not worth the money. I thought the whole thing was disappointing. And why yes, I HAVE been to France multiple times and I DO know what good French cooking is like, thankyewverramuch.
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