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-Food is excellent. Small portions, pricey, but worth it. I've been there 3 times for dinner and drinks (always a girls' night out) and have never been disappointed with the food or drinks. I have never tried their savory crepes, but have tried several appetizers,...More
The food is horrible here. The owners are rude and belittle their employees. I over heard the chef in front of me tell an employee he was going to call immigration on them. Then I tried this disgusting food and left.
Found this hidden gem and what a special place it is! We started with Mussels and Scallops w/bacon, French beet salad & Lobster bisque soup. Our main courses were veal scallopini w/porcini sauce, Frog legs w/lemon, cream & dijon, French pork medallions w/ champagne dijon...More
This is one of our favorite restaurants in the SW suburbs. It is always a treat to come here. When you first see it from the outside, you will think this is like a lot of the other breakfast/lunch places in the suburbs. Don't judge...More
About a week ago I met a few friends here for dinner at 6:30 p.m. Despite the fact that we spent over $50 per person before the 20% tip, we were literally rushed out the door. At 8:00 p.m. (one hour before their posted closing...More
I love this bistro! I went to here for a girls' night out and felt transported to France right in the middle of Homer Glenn! The service is excellent. The staff is attentive and kind. The food is delicious! I ordered the lobster bisque (so...More
Lunched at La Crepe Bistro to celebrate a birthday. Our waitress was very pleasant, the food was excellent and we plan on visiting again. Started with Onion soup au gratin then enjoyed Beef Bourguignon, Ratatouille, and Chicken & asparagus with béchamel sauce crepes. The portions...More
Response from Chris713R | Reviewed this property |
Tramble the cook called to apologize. I asked him what are you apologizing for? He said I don’t know why but I’m sorry over and over. Sounds like Owner Rima bullied him to make that call. To not get exposed for the bullies... More
Tramble the cook called to apologize. I asked him what are you apologizing for? He said I don’t know why but I’m sorry over and over. Sounds like Owner Rima bullied him to make that call. To not get exposed for the bullies they are. They’re the same owners who threaten to call immigration on employees to scare them.