We chose this restaurant based on the reviews here. We are a family with six children, aged 6 to 17, so we needed something affordable and family-friendly. It was a Sunday night when grocery stores are closed, so we couldn't picnic like we normally do.
The restaurant was very pleasant and clean with a great comfortable feel. The waitress opened a previously-blocked off area just for us which allowed us lots of space. The kids paired up at different tables and played some games that were provided by the restaurant. My husband and I were able to relax and drink wine/beer while we waited for our food.
The restaurant promises food that is simple and affordable. I think that it fulfilled that promise. Our bill was 51 euros for 8. The kids drank water.
However, the food wasn't exactly what we were expecting. It was an interesting mix of English and French. The hot dogs came with ketchup, something that I've never seen in the US and something my kids do not like. The waitress suggested that they scrape it off, instead of offering to get them fresh plates. We could have insisted, but we tried to make the best of it. The kids' plain buttered noodles were heavily salted. My son asked for an omelet without cheese, but the waitress didn't understand and so he was a bit disappointed when it came with copious amounts of cheese. The salad dressing on my green salad appeared to be vinaigrette, but it was sweet, something I've never seen in France.
My only guess is that since this place is obviously geared toward English speakers, that the food is done in a British style? I don't know, but it certainly didn't suit these American palates. That said, the tomato soup was well done even though it came with plain white sandwich bread on the side.
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