Thursday, November 18, 2004

Park Slope Gastronome #6

oh moutarde, how did we ignore you for this long? as previously noted on the park slope gastronome, we've detailed a number of disappointing brunches in our neighborhood. with recently transplanted brooklynites dave and jennifer in town from LA, we wanted to brunch at a nearby establishment that wouldn't break our hearts. the four of us wound up at moutarde, a(nother) french bistro on 5th avenue. when dan figured out where we were going, he groaned, "this place?" not like he's ever even eaten there!

we are greeted by friendly workers who whisk us away to our table in the back. as we take our seats, we are given shot glasses of freshly made fruit juice (strawberry, in this case) garnished with a chunk of canteloupe. we are already having a better experience even if the busboy spilled water on me! i ordered the wild mushroom and goat cheese omelette, as did dave and jennifer. dan could not stray from his habit of ordering french toast, so that's what he did. the trio of omelettes arrived before the french toast and the waitress was aghast and apologetic and asthamtic. just kidding about the last thing - that my have been me. dave had also ordered a side of toast, which turned out to be a basket of toast, plump butter croissants and mini chocolate croissants. thanks to dave's mysterious aversion to flaky deliciousness, dan and i got to eat the mini-cho-cros. yum!

i'm getting tired of typing so let's just wrap things up. the food lovely and the service was delightful. thank you moutarde.

Food: A
Service: A

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3 Comments:

Blogger jamie said...

mini-cho-cros? you must have been tired of typing. i hope this series isn't sliding into abject half-assery!

November 18, 2004 12:47 PM  
Blogger youthlarge said...

i had a momentary lapse of good judgement. also i'm sick and it hurts to type when your lungs are trying to escape from your body. i forgot to add that moutarde was the 1st restaurant of the day when we were served ketchup in a cutesy, branded mini-thingy (metal pail). coco roco being the second (terra cotta bowl).

November 18, 2004 1:49 PM  
Blogger Jim said...

I like Moutarde. I got a damn good steak frites there. And the mustards are tasty, as the name implies.

November 21, 2004 9:38 PM  

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