I'm not sure why other reviewers are quibbling over the decor or appearance of the place when the food is so mediocre. If this were some average run-of-the-mill American diner, then I would actually say that the food isn't so bad. But this is supposed to be a French restaurant with some semblance of "fine dining," and for that, I thought that the quality of the food was quite poor, or again, mediocre in the worst sense of the word. I'm pretty certain that a recipe off the internet would have yielded superior results.
The complementary bread should have given the first indication. It was un-fresh, un-warmed french bread with the kind of butter packets you get at Panera bread or similar chain restaurants. I think this is the first time I ever ate at a French restaurant, where the butter wasn't served fresh on a plate (or at least given the semblance of such freshness). Added to this, I noticed that every *open* table already had the bread on the table. Who knows how long they (and ours) had been sitting there?
As for the dishes, I don't know what else to say other than the fact that there was no depth or subtlety of flavor. Sure, it tasted fine. It wasn't grossly presented or awful in taste. It just tasted like something that someone slapped together without concern for sensual/gustatory pleasure. Again, if I was eating at Chipotle or Panda Express, and this same food came out, I might have been mildly pleased; but certainly not at the prices I paid.
I would place the quality of food here (independent of price) at around the level of average Chinese food, or slightly sub-par Thai food. With price considerations, I would much prefer eating at either of the latter places for obvious reasons.
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