This presents itself as a French cafe. it is not. It is a modest place, In a town that is overflowing with chain, budget places (MacDonalds, Wendys, Ruby Tuesday, Perkins, etc.), there comes a point when you say "I must eat real food prepared for me by a person physically onsite." Cafe St, Amand does. But, not much more. The servers are polite and pleasant but they are not professionals. We came and were seated, and ordered. It took nearly 15 minutes before our server came back to tell us that they were out of the crab cakes we had ordered as an appetizer. We said we'd go to the main course. Another 10 minutes and some bread appeared. Another 10 mintues (35 minutes since we entered) and no food -- we called over a server as no one had seemed to notice that we had been sitting there for 35 minutes with no food. The server went to the kitchen but did not return immediately. However soon we were told it would be there within five minutes. That was accurate (and should have been since it takes about 10 minutes to cook a breaded chicken cutlet). Finally 45 minutes after entering we got some food. It was not crowded (it was after the rush on a Friday evening). I can only say that one should have modest expectations of what this modest place can deliver.
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