Just eaten at Mimolette restaurant that insome websites seems to have claim to a Michelin star did it drop out of the sky? as it was not earned by cuisine or service. the food was at best ordinary we had the tasting menu consisting of cauliflower soup as the amuse bouche rubbery squid. Confit of
duck that was ok but it was surrounded by an inedible risotto that was a mix of raw rice aubergine and something smoky resembling the smell of rubber tyres. the foie gras was delicious though I had serious doubts as to the reasons for the chocolate yes a whole chocolate! The chocolate ginger and the fig jam that accompanied the well cooked delicious foie!!. A main of overcooked fillet mingnon cooked at least one stage further than we ordered it was tender but fairly tasteless and to accompany this cold mashed potatoes stewed button mushrooms and a bit of red cabbage with golden raisins!!! Dessert was a tea flavoured brûlée that was ok served with a nice chocolate.
At no time during the meal were we asked if "everything was ok" as is usual in most restaurants. the wine was overpriced.
There was only one waiter for 4 tables downstairs and there seemed to be a lot of attention lavished on a private dining room upstairs .
chef came out to speak to some diners but never came near us
This restaurant is posing as a Michelin star standard but having eaten in many such establishments I can assure everyone that this is most certainly not worthy of a star.
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