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twinkle2001 | Mar 20, 2001 12:28 PM

I always took Le Gamin with a grain of salt, as the food took forever and the check roated from being the wrong one, twelve dollars over, or flying with little wings way across the restaurant because I wouldn't get the waiters attention. It was fine because if I ate there I would go with time, and the sandwiches are good, quiche, etc. But it seems as though the Le Gamin worldwide enterprise has pulled the rig from DUMBO. Everything seemed the same except the words "Le Gamin" have vanished from the windows and menu. Now, the service is even worse, the food has really slipped. Will someone please open a great cafe in DUMBO that doesn't sell art supplies and isn't marketed to the incoming nouveau riche?

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