That's my overall feeling. I went for Sunday brunch with some enthusiasm because I had heard good things.
It's too big... and the service was poor despite numerous "I'm so sorry for the delay" and friendly comments by the staff. Apologies only get you so far... you're so sorry for the delay bring me a bloodly mary or send over a blueberry scone, will ya? If you make no gesture to compensate for understandable problems- cook calls in sick, waiters are short staffed, etc- then you aren't really sorry, you're just providing lip service.
The decor... eh. The menu... eh. The tables are too small and too close together. I hate having brunch with strangers. In Europe it's quaint and part of the bistro experience on Saint Germain... but in America I want American standards.
The price was OK. And it's close to my house... but eh... I won't go back.
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