The croque-madame with a sunny-side-up egg was another classic and perfect for sharing with the rich béchamel sauce lightly browned underneath a perfectly cooked sunny-side-up egg. (Unfortunately, the fruit that came as a side tasted a bit fermented, probably out of a jar- we would have much preferred a slice of fresh melon and some beautiful local fresh strawberries- now in the height of season.)
Fabulous onion soup and very good foie gras make for a trip back.
The service was near painful- we asked our table to be cleared on several occasions and seemed to be constantly asking for silverware as we changed courses.
The ladies toast to lunch out. Hmm…did they ever get their lunch?
My advice- go for the onion soup and croque-madame and expect very little from the service. While Restaurant Suzette is open for dinner Tuesday thru Sunday (closed Monday) I need to see much improvement before dropping $27on an entrée.
Well, at least the company was good.