57 Unquowa Rd.bet. Post & School Rds.
Fairfield, CT 06824
Had good lunch - high hopes for early Friday night dinner before busy. Dissapointing - ridiculous patterned plates prevent you seeing the food properly - white please, cold bread, staff going through the motions discussing personal lifes whilst sat down in the entrance. Biggest let down the bouillabaisse which I've eaten in Marseille - flour dipped shrimp and scallops?? overcooked fish - sauce made from the fish soup. Owners notably absent.
SG has moved from being excellent to deeply mediocre. Over the last two years and I beleive in line with a change in ownership the quality has slumped. The food is clearly not cooked fresh as orders are ready in a few minutes. Previously excellent ribs and dumplings are now only average. Veg is soggy and overcooked - they need to get the standards back to to the levels of three years ago.
A deeply mediocre culinary experience on the occasions I have dined here. Despite a promising bistro style French menu the food manages to achieve extraordinary levels of blandness. Management who just don't get it - such as cramming twos into tables for two when the restaurant is empty and a barely disguised lack of interest in the customers. Most of the clientele are on life support systems so they probably don't notice. Poor.
1084 Madison Ave.bet. Lincoln Ave. & Madison Terr.
Bridgeport, CT 06606
Dined here in anticipation but the reality was somewhat of a disappointment. Pleasant greeting by the owner was followed by strangely robotic service experience thereafter. The onion & tomato salad was shocking comprising largely of thick sliced red onions & the special stuffed mushrooms topped with a thick glue of breadcrumbs. Pasta was also a poor pick - lobster ravioli had no lobster & very bland sauce although good pasta itself- poor overall