Church and State-hype
Two of us order martinis with a twist and an olive...one orders a gimlet with a slice of lime. I stuck to a glass of wine.
We wait a good twenty minutes before they arrive..no slice of lime, no twist, and a dish of picholine -type olives for the martinis. When we ask about the olives we are told , with a fair amount of hauteur, that they are very expensive and they do not serve martinis with martini olives. Well, it went downhill from there.
Waited 45 minutes for mediocre meals with small, small portions. Turbot, sea bass, steak frites, chicken. The chicken was the best of the lot and the frites were very good. When Turbot asked about the small size of her fish she was told "it says small on the menu". Yes, it does, in French. Gimlet ordered another gimlet and waited 20 minutes for that. It served as dessert.
Oh, the coffee was lukewarm.
We spoke to the manager during dinner and spoke to the waiter after about 30 minutes of waiting for dinner. It's a small kitchen, it's busy...etc. Don't you want your restaurant to be busy?
The decor is very hip and I liked that . Oh, very loud--like having dinner with Metallica.
You couldn't pay me to return to the place. Terrible service, attitude, mediocre food, and loud.