I had heard a lot about this restaurant and tried to pay a visit. I ate one boeuf bourguignon and it was fair but nothing that makes me wanting return. Besides facilities are very poor. They need to refurbish the place.
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I ordered the house special of steak au poivre which was really good although it came only with a choice of boiled rice or (I think) boiled potatoes. This is a small French café. The service was friendly. The half-carafe of house red was very...More
It's got a cozy vibe inside and the staff were very friendly. The food really was terrible though. The abalone were tough and flavourless, the bife de chorizo was almost inedible, the salad was terrible (unripe avocado). Definitely go here for a drink, and probably...More
Overall a very frustrating and embarrassing experience. Having been advised by a hapless waiter to change our choices whilst ordering we waited for over 40 minutes for our starters to arrive only to be served out main course choices. On notifying the waiter that we...More
It's off a busy street, arrived on a Saturday night, prices and food selection looked good for Santiago, so went in. Once you went down a few steps in the restaurant you were in a new little world, classic French music, beautiful setting, relaxing, friendly...More
As its name says this is an assassination to the French Cousine. Very pricey for the food quality. We got different kind of steaks and all of them were extremely cooked (considering we ordered rear and medium). We tried the different sauces (pepper, red wine,...More
When the people running an establishment look like they are dragging themselves through the evening, it's not surprising that the food reflects the boredom. It's a shame because there are good flavours in the food, let down by the slapdash presentation and perfunctory service.