I don't normally go for "gourmet" sandwiches. Give me some good warm bread, some meat and veggies, pile it high and squirt on some mustard and I'm right as rain. But, my girlfriend and I had just finished a long run and needed to eat something quick. Found this place on our way home and decided to check it out.
Guess we're past the days of "freedom fries" if we can give our restaurants french sounding names. Thank god - that was stupid anyway. And once again, I digress.
Anyway, they have pizza. I mention this because its a gourmet place with a fancy frenchy name, but they have pizza. Order it if you want, but let me know what it's like after you do. I'm curious. They have pastas, too.
We didn't go for that. She got some kind of mushroom appetizer that I wouldn't touch in a thousand years but that's because mushrooms are icky - how's that for a professional sounding review?
I got a grilled chicken sandwich with bacon, which came with a side of home baked chips. I realize how ungourmet that sounds, but that was a damn good sandwich. Came on a challah bun with some mustard or dijon I think, and it was great. Chips were good, too. Crunchy and not greasy.
This is a counter service place - order at the counter and they bring it to you; kind of like Jason's deli. Menu isn't too extensive - maybe a half dozen items in each section, but it will have something for everyone.
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