Excellent food. Unique menu items. Everything cooked perfectly. Very enjoyable family dinner. Prices were reasonable considering quality of the food.
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I had the quiche and French onion soup which was terrific, but the blueberry muffin was even better! Great place for lunch or dinner!
Having had a busy Sunday, we wanted to get a late lunch. We were in the neighborhood where the Mimi's Café was located so we stopped in there. We were seated quickly in a roomy booth. Our server greeted us quickly and was friendly. He...More
The pot roast is fantastic. Great wine list. I personally don't care for the layered crape cake but they have some other fantastic deserts as well. Do it.
My husband and I have visited Mimi's for breakfast several times. The meals are inconsistent: when they're good, they're quite good, but several items on their menu are pretty mediocre. Avoid the crepe dishes: they tend to be pretty flavor-less. Basics like bacon or ham...More
I meet two other friends for breakfast. The food was okay, nothing special about it. The service was not good. I asked three times for coffee, then several more times for creamer. I ended up getting the creamer from another waitress. The manager came by...More
We have been there for breakfast many times over the last few years. The menu and breakfasts are always good, but we consistently end up waiting for the check longer than it took us to order or eat the food. This doesn't seem to be...More
This is easily the best value (price/portion/quality) at the crossroads of Laguna/Laguna Springs. The house red wine is excellent and the menu changes regularly to break the monotony. The meal portions are reasonably sized so you don't feel like a blimp when you walk out....More
The ambiance was good . reminds me of a little restaurant in France Our waiter did an excellent job and food was good
We visit here on occasions & was seated the moment we walked in which was unusual. Got to the table and found food crumbs on the bench seats, a large piece of bread on the floor at the head of the table along with crayons;...More