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Posted by anonymous on 03/30/2010
Walking into this quaint European-influenced restaurant, I instantly felt the flair of France. It is decorated in deep hues and dark woods, creating an upscale bistro feel. The food was fantastic, although overpriced for brunch. One large piece of french toast and fruit cost somewhere in the $15 range. My egg-covered bruschetta was deliciously cooked with a nice maple flavored bacon. Most dishes came with side 'salads', which consisted of some leafy greens and a very light dusting of oil. We had the french cider, which is a must. Ask your server for a recommendation. Following our meal we shared a nutella and strawberry crepe. Mmmm! Deliciously expensive, but in France you can get it on the street corner for half the price. Finally, we had some Cappuccinos to finish, but those were expensive too! The entire meal for two for brunch cost $78! Thankfully the food, atmosphere and service made up for the hole in my wallet. When all is said and done, I will definitely return, but on someone else's nickel.