Overpriced, food horrible, service lacking. Kids meals left uneaten since pizza was a plop of sauce in the middle, little cheese and 2 pepperonis. Fruit was 1-2" slivers of not ripe cantaloupe and honeydew melon, and sliver of orange. Had to ask constantly for drink refills. Service was painfully slow (had a 4 and 6 year old that did quite well) but the front greeters decided to seat 6 tables with the same waitress within minutes with no help. Ordered Roasted Chicken Crepe - crepe was under cooked with the filling only in the very middle and not much there either. Salad that came with it, 3 bites (small ones) max. Daughter ordered the appetizer and got 2 small slices of bread for her artichoke dip. Asked for more. Got it after everyone was done eating and it was cold. Never again.
Atmosphere rules at this French New Orleans-themed spot that serves traditional American fare.. In Short Decorated like a French country bistro with jazzy New Orleans overtones, Mimi's Café was named after a lost love of Arthur Simms, who started the restaurant in 1978 in Anaheim, Calif., with his family. The ambience could only be upstaged by the menu filled with traditional American favorites. Breakfast includes omelets, waffles, muffins and fresh-squeezed juices, while lunch and dinner feature comfort-food classics like pot pie and pot roast, deli-style sandwiches, burgers, pastas, steaks and salads.