Location is definitely outperforming what lands in your plate. It is a shame to waste such a great setting with mediocre "French" food. Our salmon croquettes came out of the microwave and were still frozen inside, pretty embarrassing while we had recommended this restaurant to some friends visiting from Columbia. The bread they called brioche is just your regular American everyday bread, mussels in safran sauce were not fresh, some had an old taste. Although the wine list is very decent and the service very good, the cuisine is not up to par. I would also suggest they cover the outdoor iron tables, you can see leftover food from prior customers in the cracks, this is not a very appetizing view. I doubt I will go back to the Passerelle unless they elevate their culinary skills to at least the basic of French cuisine. When will someone open a great French restaurant in Greenville and offer great dishes like escargots, frog legs, sweetbreads, veal kidneys, coq au vin, boeuf bourguignon, souffle'...I believe Greenville is ready for such menu items, no need to serve burgers and turkey sandwiches, that is what other specialize for....Merci!
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