I head service was great and fun at this place...sadly, not for me. Our waiter never told us his name, he really couldn't answer questions, he kept getting our orders mixed up and there were only four of us. Basically he couldn't remember anything and he lacked customer service skills and personality.
Bread was fantastic! I had the the lamb shoulder which was very delicious. I really enjoyed it as my main entree. The lobster bisque soup was good..nothing to write home about but good. The hot vanilla croissant bread pudding was way too sweet for my taste.
Two people in my group ordered steak and salmon. They said it was good but too salty.
The other person in the group ordered the fried chicken, which she said was bland and lacked flavor. I tasted it and agreed.
It appears they never have the creme Brulee even though it's on the menu according to other reviews. They didn't have it when we were there either.
We did the three course menu for $25. It is worth it. However, ala carte is over priced. $17,50 for Mac and Cheese..really? I wanted to try it but just couldn't justify that much for mac and cheese.
Adorable place, fun decor and it's a BYOB!!
I was looking so forward to dine here, and was a little disappointed. Overall not worth the $$ unless you do the the $25 three course option. It's a comfort food joint. You will feel 10 pounds heavier when you leave.