French onion soup is the best. Got it with a nice Greek salad and crusty, whole wheat roll. Lots of yummy options But Just can't get past the soup. Great for a nice lunch.
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I took my friend (who was visiting from out of town) to this restaurant, one of my all-time favorites. The food was delicious, as always. However, the person who took our order was rude, short, uninformative, and unhelpful. No smile, no thank-you, as well. After...More
I met a friend for breakfast and ordered an Omelet, with potatoes and a croissant. The omelet was very good. The potatoes were advertised as a new item. They were heavily seasoned and the taste was not appealing to me. I noticed there were only...More
I was looking so forward to a great bowl of French Onion soup after reading many reviews. I ordered the pick two & chose French Onion soup & a chicken salad sandwich on a croissant. The soup was very salty & had minimal cheese on...More
My wife and I have eaten lunch here many times over the past few years. I usually have the French Onion Soup combo with a sandwich. The soup is always fantastic. We especially enjoy it on a cold Winter day. The service is good. They...More
Having been here a number of times for breakfast and lunch, I feel comfortable giving this sweet place a very good review. It is a casual - Cafe - establishment where the focus is definately on good food and baked goods. Every meal tastes fresh...More
We frequently come here Saturday afternoons. Great food in an unassuming strip-mall. Casual dining style (no waiter).
We've been there many, many times over the last six years. As good as we remember from Europe. Get the French Onion Soup in the crockery with the Chicken Salad Sandwich on a croissant-- you won't be sorry! (Don't burn your mouth!) Nice, quiet understated...More
I ordered their famous French Onion Soup - as they advertise that it is "the best in town". It was good but a tad bit too salty and the serving size was small for the amount paid. You order at a counter, there is no...More