|La Madeleine 1523 E. 15th Street Tulsa|
As we stepped closer to the register to take a closer look at the menu, we were heralded with a hearty, "Bonjour!", by the girl behind the counter.
I wondered if that was the only french word she knew. I would have tested her, but she'd just taught me my first french word. Next time I'll be ready for you young lady.
You place your order, then they give you a wooden mixing spoon with a number inscribed on it. This is to show you where you stand in the pecking order. We were number one. This certainly wasn't because we were special - just the first ones in the restaurant that morning.
At first, I didn't know whether to take a bath in the cup or drink its contents. I could have lathered up in those bubbles.
It wasn't the best latte I've ever had, but it certainly was not the worst. Sometimes you wonder if there really are two shots of espresso. Well, they definitely put two shots in this one. Thank you.
Tori secured the Breakfast Croissant - Scrambled eggs, bacon and cheddar on a croissant.
Overall the sandwich was fair, but the eggs were a little suspicious. They just didn't taste like "normal" eggs. At first I thought, maybe her taste buds were still asleep.
So, I thought I would investigate to see if she needed another shot of espresso in her latte or her assumption was correct.
She was correct. The eggs definitely tasted different. I'm not saying that they weren't real, just that the texture seemed a bit suspect.
I usually could care less about the presentation, but this dish was absolutely gorgeous. I could have looked into the eyes of those beautiful poached eggs blanketed with hollandaise all day, except I'd been fasting for the last 14 hours and it was time to break it.
This was not the best eggs benedict I've ever had, but it was also not the worst. Just simply, middle of the road.
Our Honest Review of La Madeleine French Cafe:
The prices were pretty fair. Our order also included an apple turnover and totaled around twenty-two bucks.
If you're expecting five star french cuisine, you'll be disappointed. If you're simply looking for a decent breakfast with a twist of french, you'll be pleased. I don't think we'll be chomping at the bit to try the dinner menu though.
Let me include though, that when we ate breakfast at La Madeleine in Dallas, we tried the Tomato Basil Soup. It was absolutely delicious. You can buy it in mason jars to take home and enjoy later. We will be back to get a few jars. Yummy
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