Restaurants & Bars 4

Le Gros Jambon

mangoannie | May 6, 2012 01:34 PM

There may be thread on this resto somewhere but I couldnt find it, although I know we have had comments on other threads. Just goes to show you to be fair sometimes need more than one visit to a resto for overall impression.. The problems on my first visit were no where to be seen on this followup visit for brunch. I actually didnt intend to go for brunch but they serve it til late afternoon and the plates around me looked interesting like fried chicken leg with eggs and beans! This time service was attentive, friendly and efficient. The pancakes smothered in fresh fruit were delicious. Coffee and refills for included. I hesitated in going as I thought it would be crowded (last time I went it was weekday and crowded with people on lunchbreaks) but there were empty seats the whole time. Music was upbeat and as small place kind of noisy with conversations. I sat overlooking food preparation area which was more interesting area than stools facing wall. I would certainly take my next visitors there for brunch as I liked variety offered, prices are reasonable and no lineups. They served the food on large plates in shape of pig! Not for groups or small children as no tables.

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