Because I studied abroad in Paris, I love all things French. Love might be an understatement, especially when it comes to food. So when I heard that another French café was coming into my little work area I was so excited.
|Coq Au Vin and Green Beans|
The first time I ate at Moulin I got the chicken, the cucumber salad and brussel sprouts (my weakness). Everything tasted great, but nothing particularly stood out. Additionally, everything cost over $11 combined. I could have eaten a full salad and soup from PDM for that price. I went back again and again enjoyed my food but was left hungry and feeling poor.
I am still willing to continue trying out the dishes because, well, it’s convenient and something different to add into the rotation. But it will likely not be my first choice. I definitely know I need to try those glorious desserts and some of the other baked goods like their beautiful French baguettes. Moulin is definitely as French as it gets, but expect a hefty price tag at the end of the day.
|select your own sides|