We came to Saint Tropez with some out of town visitors for an after-conference meal. The food at Saint Tropez is always quite good (not as impressive on our last two visits as previously, to be honest), but our last experience has really turned us off the place.
We made a 630 dinner reservation and arrived on time (or as close to on time as the terrible downtown Saskatoon parking permits). From the beginning, we felt that we were being rushed to finish our meal. The main courses arrived while half our table was still eating their appetizers -- two of us had to keep both the appetizer and main course plates in front of them on a very crowded table. They collected the plates immediately after we had taken the last bite and then hastily delivered the dessert menu.
Our visitors liked the food, but none of us were pleased with the terrible service. They were clearly rushing to close up for the evening (there was no one waiting for our table) and it appeared that others in the restaurant were being given the same fast shuffle.
One of the attractions of a high quality bistro-style restaurant is the opportunity for a relaxed and leisurely meal. Saint Tropez offered nothing at all like that. Could us disappointed and very unlikely to try the restaurant again in the near future.
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