The moment the threshold of Babette’s Café is crossed, the rich aroma of wine, butter and olives spirits you away to a place where crusty French bread can be dipped into the balmy au jus of an exquisite bowl of roast chicken with juicy tomatoes, Niçoise olives, red bliss potatoes and shreds of grilled radicchio.
My wife and I used to love Sunday Brunch at Babette's but as of late is beginning to resemble a scene out of 'Heart of Darkness'. Unfortunately, the quality of the food has gone over the cliff as well. We can not recommend this restaurant.
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