My husband and I went to Cafe De France for the first time this morning. I have heard great things about it, however we were not impressed. There was a wait,but being that is was easter morning it was to be expected. Once we were seated we found it to be very cozy, a nice quaint little place. My husband ordered Steak and Eggs, and I the Crepe Sante Fe, which had a green chile sauce. Once we received our meals, I realized that the green chile sauce had pork in it, I do not eat pork and I found it a little odd since the crepe it self had chicken in it. I asked the waitress fr some thing else, and explained that I did not realize there was pork in the sauce. She was very nice about it, apologized and said they would take the crepes off my order. At this point I was still very pleased with the place, as she was very helpful in getting the situation resolved. While we were waiting for my new order of a chicken and broc omelet, we heard what I would call the senior staff talking about why I did not have a plate. I think the waitresses could give the ""Senior staff"" a lesson in manners. I heard one of them say ""well, as far as I know, green chile always has pork in it"", they said other things as well along these same lines. I found this to be incredibly rude. First, way to put it back on the customer, I wasn't complaining or making a scene, why not just say 'oh, I'm sorry there was confusion' or something of that nature. Second we were right next to where they were all peering into the dining room, which was a little weird in it self. I think it's always rude to speak in a negative way about your customers, but especially if they are in ear shot! I would also like to clarify that yes I would expect a bowl of green chile to have pork in it, however ""a green chile sauce"" I would expect to be exactly that, a sauce made from green chiles. The meal went down hill from there. My replacement dish was OK, but nothing to write home about.
Pros: Extensive menu
Cons: Stuck up staff