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Provence Delices, Cabbagetown?

litehearted Jul 3, 2009 01:31 PM

Good, bad, indifferent?

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  1. sloweater RE: litehearted Jul 3, 2009 04:43 PM

    I haven't been in about a year, but have always had an enjoyable lunch there. It's classic French, so don't expect any surprises, but the food is well-prepared and the service is decent. If you can, try to get a seat on the patio if the weather is nice.

    1. food face RE: litehearted Jan 15, 2010 02:58 AM

      HORRIBLE- Don't do it.


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        jofhurley RE: litehearted May 16, 2010 07:13 AM

        I have always loved this place. The food has always been very good and the service is great. I would go more often but they really don't make many concessions if you do not eat meat. I do go for the fish, to sit on the terrace and the wine. I would highly recommend this place.

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          Aleta RE: jofhurley May 16, 2010 12:04 PM

          I went there over a year ago and never went back. I remember being really excited about it since the menu listed all these French classics that I have in France. The experience was so bad that my whole family has managed to forget completely. Before I started this reply, I checked the address etc. to make sure that I was even thinking of the same place. Sure enough, this is the one we all forced ourselves to forget.

          If you look at the menu, it should set off alarm bells for you. How many times does the word "authentic" come up? More than 10. Even incuding bread and butter on the menu as "Authentic French Baguette & Butter, Hot From the Oven $6". In France, I've NEVER had a baguette served hot from the oven, by the way. Or listed on a menu.

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            Marimba RE: Aleta May 16, 2010 12:06 PM

            Fresh bread is a bad thing?...Marimba!

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              Aleta RE: Marimba May 16, 2010 01:05 PM

              Not fresh bread, Marimba. Re-heated French bread and butter for $6.

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