I have been to La Dijonaise several times, and rarely am I disappointed. This time, I had the quiche lorraine, and it was absolutely delicious. My date had the duck salade (très québecoise), and he enjoyed it tremendously. For dessert, I had the seasonal pumpkin mousse (delectable and amazingly light), and he had the mousse au chocolat (fabulous and rich as always).
The only negatives that come to mind deal with a couple of the restaurant's policies. Although omelettes are served all day long, the croque madame, which I had been craving, is not available after breakfast because it comes with a fried egg. That makes no sense whatsoever. Surely, if the croque monsieur is served, and eggs have to be cracked to make an omelette, the two processes can be combined to make a croque madame.
Another critique deals with coffee refills. I had ordered a cappuccino. When I finished, I asked if I could have a cup of regular decaf coffee, not a decaf cappuccino. The server said that I would be charged for it. If I had ordered the decaf coffee (which costs less) in the first place, I wouldn't have been charged for the refill. Cost-wise, that is illogical. In any case, I did order the decaf coffee.
With the exception of these two odd policies, which I hope will change, I will definitely be returning to La Dijonaise, and if at all possible, after 1:30 to avoid the lunchtime crowds.
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