Known for its vegetarian options, I assumed that they would have vegan-friendly options as well. When I attempted to ask one of their waiters (in French) if they have anything vegan on the menu, he rudely interrupted me before I could even get three words out of my mouth ("Do you have...") and said that "everything they have is on the menu".
The only thing I could figure out to order was a pizza with no cheese. What I received was toasted pita with spinach, almond slices and canned mandarin orange slices. I was not impressed.
None of the other people (both of them sympathetic omnivores) I came with liked their food either.
The chalkboard outside promised brunch on Friday-Sunday, but when we got there on a Friday early afternoon we discovered that this is inaccurate. The daily menu is no more than a photocopy of some sort of chicken scrawl, barely legible, and entirely written in French. I assume that some clients enjoy this, as the menu probably changes every day.
If you're a vegetarian, don't bother. If you're an omnivore who likes surly waiters, overpriced food that appears to be nothing more than what you could easily make by yourself, then you'll like it here.
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