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Thread: Monsieur Paul or Le Cellier???

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    Which one would you choose?





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    Well, we've chosen Monsieur Paul... our last Le Cellier visit wasn't so nice...
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    Le Cellier is an all day menu now Mari and it is 2 credits. I would try Monsieur Paul if it was me.









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    I read its two credits, we were thinking of paying cash and maybe sharing since the portions look very big

    Im not sure on Mr Paul, but Im assuming its two credits also if its on the dining plan at all!

    Donna, what happened at Le Cellier?


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    Oh, let's see... seriously overcrowded restaurant with hardly an inch between tables, very noisy, rude and inconsiderate guests, distracted or uncaring wait staff, and totally forgettable food.

    We told ourselves at the time that the problem was because it was a Candlelight Processional dinner. And that was probably part of it... There were so many people, and several around us were being quite vocal. One lady was even demanding a dessert to go that the restaurant didn't even serve!

    And the restaurant was even allowing strollers in the restaurant, crowding aisles.

    I guess we should give it another chance some time. After all, we'd had other enjoyable meals there. That one just put us off.
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    Yeah, especially for the price, you would expect something quieter and roomier and just overall nicer

    Thabk you for sharing Donna


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    We haven't tried Monsieur Paul yet. - doing it this trip. - and we may not like it. Who knows? Or we may love it! But, you know, ever since that bad experience, when we discuss where we want to eat on an upcoming trip, Le Cellier is never mentioned. As I said before, maybe it's time to give it another chance.
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    Please let me know what your experience is like at Monsieur Paul


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    I would really check out the menus before making your decision. How adventurous are your girls when it comes to eating? Does the menu offer anything the girls will eat?
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    Mari, I've forgotten how old your little ones are, but if you are seriously considering Monsieur Paul they really do not have much on their children's menu. And yes Monsieur Paul is indeed 2 credits.





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