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Posted by Peter on 11/27/2011
The salad with goat cheese was lots of spinach with 4 little pieces of goat cheese on bread and 1 tomato at a cost of $11.50. The steak au poivre did not have pepper, the meat was not the meat you serve for steak au poivre, but it was a below average piece of meat, and the sauce was watered down and had no taste. It was a very disappointing experience. Overall, it was not good and not worth the price.
Posted by Kate on 09/02/2010
Had lunch today with a friend. The prosciutto, ham and salami not only tasted unfresh but were cut so thick that it was difficult to chew. Cold cuts should be thinly sliced as the Italians serve them. The brie was yellowish, cold and tasted stale . The greens were limp and were served sans dressing. The pate was passable but not even good quality. The bread was ordinary and served without butter or oil. We left it all and each of us went home to have a better lunch. The waitress took forever to get us two plates. Looked at the display case of desserts and it too looked dried out. Will never go back there again.
Posted by Gissell Mendoza on 11/21/2009
I've been taken to a corner brasserie in Paris. Their salads, their sandwiches, the dinner specials all worth while. You can order a starter, an authentic french dish and dessert for less than a price of a steak. Truly a deal. Seafood rissoto is great, as well as Chicken Marsala, can't go wrong with lamb shanks or the Steak Bordelaise. Yes, real food at unreal prices. My favorite little treat in the morning is still their chocolate almond croissants, just sweet enough and amazingly delicious, can't miss.
Posted by anonymous on 05/12/2009
Great little cafe near all comodities. Good pastries to top of a great little meal. Highly recommended in this area.