In the average.
We ordered Eggs Benedict and a plate of cheese and charcuterie. The eggs were fine, but it's admittedly hard to go wrong with them. The assiette of cheese and ham was in the average as well: they serve 4 or 5 different small samples of cheese with some samples of sausage. Maybe, from a French-style bistro I would expect some better quality as it regards this plate.
We ordered also a creme brulee but it wasn't very good: the taste of eggs was too strong, and the crust was thick and hard.
It's worth mentioning the bread they serve you upon your sitting at the table: it's a warm and crunchy baguette, served with some olive sauce. A nice welcom indeed. I would expect to have the same warm and crunchy bread accompanying the cheese while they serve a simple baguette.
In the average. The Vermentino was nearly sparkling and not tasty. The Pinot Noir was fine, with no character.
The local has nothing special to be mentioned. It's a small nice bistro, with a few tables.
The general atmosphere was indeed quite uncomfortable: we had dinner while there were screamings in the background, coming from the cook in the kitchen, who was quarreling with the person in charge of the bistro. The waiter tried to cover the screams raising the music volume but it didn't work. I'm perfectly aware this was probably a single episode but I was surprised not to get any apologies from them.
Really bad. We ordered Eggs Benedict and cheese in order to be served quickly. Well, we had to wait half an hour, and there was only another table to be served. Maybe such a lenghty time was related with the fighting in the kitchen.
Too high for the quality of food.
Can't see any specific pro or reason to go there again
Pricy. You may have the same quality in any other cafeteria. This is not at all a French-style bistro, it's just another cafe/restaurant with some French names on the menu.
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