During a rare weekend sans comped meals, we revisited an old favorite of ours, Mon Ami Gabi at the Paris hotel. I've loved this place for a long time for its satisfying food and reasonable prices.
Weekend brunch is my favorite meal here because you may order from the breakfast, brunch, and/or lunch menu.
Bowl of cafe au lait ($4.75).
Onion soup au gratin baked with Gruyere cheese ($8.95).
Duck confit and fingerling potato, balsamic cherries, watercress ($11.95).
Corned beef hash and poached eggs, roasted red pepper ($10.95).
Croque monsieur -- ham, Gruyere, crème fraîche ($11.95).
French toast, blueberries, warm maple syrup, whipped cream ($10.95).
Mon Ami Gabi is tasty French for the everyman. I'm confident that even the pickiest people would enjoy themselves here.
I've always wondered about this place. Looks like it's definitely worth a stop!ReplyDelete
That's a generous portion of whipped cream on the French toast!ReplyDelete
That croque monsieur looks so good!ReplyDelete
One of my favorites as well! I do like sitting outside when it's hot because they have the misters running. Otherwise I prefer the inside.ReplyDelete
I don't understand the bowl of coffee at French bistros. I came across that at Balthazar in SoHo. So awkward.
I LOVE this place! I always try and have brunch there when I'm in Vegas.ReplyDelete
I always eat here too! Your corned beef looks a lot better than mine did last time ... the eggs were in their own bowl of water when I had them. Weird.ReplyDelete
Damn those are some reasonable prices!ReplyDelete
fine. maybe i'll give it another try next time we're in vegas.ReplyDelete
it's been a long time, but i do remember enjoying a meal here at least once.ReplyDelete
haha, my word verification: "lying."