I wrote a review for Cassoulet Cafe back when it first opened. Sadly, the chef who established it moved on months ago and the quality has diminished significantly. I can no longer give it the same rating I gave back when it had such promise.
Our recent experience proves my point. The bacon cinnamon roll, phenomenol under the old management was dry and barely had any sign of bacon.
Our brunch items, mine the chicken and waffles, was just aweful. The fried chicken looked as if it had been fried in motor oil and the waffle were mangled as if the cook had trouble priing it out of the waffle maker. My wife fared no better with her choice.
Sad to say this little cafe has fallen on hard times and deserves avoidance at least for the time being.