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Cafe manager Ruovert Giraldo, 36, says the Mac Croque is a favourite with Parisians and tourists.
My husband chose much better with a classic croque monsier.
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You can even call in for breakfast from 8am to try croque monsieur, the French version of a ham and cheese toastie or sausage baguette, while the lunch and early evening menu (noon until 7pm, Monday to Friday) is good value at pounds 9.
The regime doesn't want Iranians nibbling on sushi, hamburger or croque monsieur.
Ham and cheese are two of the top 3 sandwich ingredients and most people enjoy a croque monsieur when they're on holiday.
Forget cafe au laits, croissants and croque monsieurs, at Cafe Chic, the dishes on offer aim for the high-end of cuisine.
Guests will enjoy Moet 2003 Grand Vintage Blanc and Rose and graze on fresh fig with marscapone, smoked salmon croque monsieur, mushroom tart with thyme cream and fresh prawns with sauce romasco.
The Croque Monsieur ($10), a mild sandwich of ham, Gruyere cheese and Dijon mustard, would have been only decent had it not been for the ciabatta, which was, our tester said, "without a doubt, the best ciabatta I've ever had.
In addition to pancakes, steak, and eggs, look for twists on brunch favourites, such as truffled scrambled eggs and homemade sausage, French toast with butterscotched apple confit, or croque madame made with Niagara prosciutto.