I'm sorry... but words cannot possibly describe our impression of this place, but let's try:
1) Interior: Dated with cracked faux leather seats.
2) Service: I normally don't feel mistreated as a foreigner, and I will happily try my level best French to demonstrate that I don't expect them to speak English (or Danish for that matter) but in this case our waiter clearly turned his eyes, when he realized that we were not French. Not cool!
3) Drinks: Don't ask for Perrier - they don't have it. However, they kindly stated they had 'Another type of sparkling water'. Okay... however, when I asked for a Coca, he returned with not a Coca Cola or a Pepsi, but an Elsass Cola...
I've traveled 5 continents, but that's just never happened to me... I've gone to veeery French restaurants here in Copenhagen - restaurants so French that they simply don't serve cola (on principle), and even one very hardcore restaurant with its own brewery, that brew their own version of organic soda. However, when ordering a coke I've never gotten anything but Coke or Pepsi. For that I would at least have expected a warning.
4) Food: Well... Obviously by now we should have gotten up and left, but we thought a filet of steak with sauce Bernaise and frites... You can't ruin that, right?
Wrong! My filet was twisted like a pretzel and it was impossible to find a 'correct' way to cut it. It wasn't overcooked - just cut completely wrong and from an inferior piece of meat. My husband's filet looked slightly better, but was also cut incorrectly.
The sauce seemed to be a premix of some sort and very sour. The french fries were okay.
I left 80% of the meal untouched on my plate, and needless to say dessert did not seem like a good idea.
5) Price: A bad meal is never fun, but a bad, expensive meal is even worse. Mulhouse is not cheap, and if you want a steak - any kind of steak in town, you will have to pay between 18 and 30 EUR for it. I'm not that price sensitive, but this is expensive for a no thrills course in a French provecial town. Prices seem to be on par with really good food in Berlin or London, and more expensive than Bruxelles or Amsterdam. And quite frankly it is not worth it.
But to sum up HUG; Just don't!!!
And by the way... the 1 star is given because it wasn't possible to give 0.
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