I made the mistake of going to this french bakery with my wife on a sunday morning. While we realized the menu prices are somewhat expensive (i.e. Bagel $6.50, Eggs Benedict approx. $18.00), we still decided eat here.
I've had the "double" breakfast plate (two eggs, toast, potatoes, bacon, sausage and my wife had the norwegian breakfast plate(smoked salmon, bagel, cream cheese). The toast was made from the previous day's leftover baguette, potatoes were greasy and runny and obvious that it wasn't their first time in the skillet or the microwave. 'The color and the taste of the smoked salmon felt like it was bought from a wholesale dollar deli, and the cream cheese came in a pre-packaged small container (acme brand:)) The bagel was not fresh , razor-thin slice of tomatoe was overripe. With two apple juices and 18% automatically-added gratuity the bill was $47.00.
I was so bothered with the aftertaste in my mouth that I had to rinse my mouth a glass of water and spt it into the plant holder next to me.
With the quality of the food or the lack thereof combined with ridiculous prices, Le Moulin Du Grove should be paying their customers to taste their food- not the other way around.