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The place is charming, it is a bit pricy. Two crepes, two cups of soup and two coffees came to $40. More than we typically pay for lunch but for a Saturday excursion to Ligonier it was perfect. I would recommend the ham and grayer...crepe. Two tomato bisque with a scoop of Mac and cheese was very nice, The coffee is self service from a carafe. The coffee was good but not hot. The service was good and the young lady was very pleasant. The seating is somewhat limited but we had no trouble getting a table for lunch. During summer months the outdoor seating looks very nice. I would absolutely recommend Myriam’s for a delightful lunch with great atmosphere.More
There are a few places that I swoon about the food...but Miriam’s Table is one of them. It was a great open mic evening, we all had a fantastic time plus the food was absolutely fantastic too. From a crispy kale salad, which I tried...to replicate at home but failed.... to the beef entree. All was delish!!More
Beautiful Victorian home also used as a bed and breakfast. Beautiful wood and stained glass everywhere plus angel paintings on the tabletops. The menu is limited and they have specials. The food is very good. Staff is friendly and see to all your needs. A...wonderful experience!!!More
The crepes are good, especially the savory crepes.
Myriam’s may be the only crepe maker in this small town to have gluten free crepes.
The service used to be slow, but now they work at being prompt.
The cappuccino was a treat.
While on vacation I came here. Do not expect fast service as they are very popular for lunch. It seems to attract noisy women's groups, so chatter does not appeal to me. The décor inside is very nice. There are beautiful Tiffany Lamps and nice...artwork throughout. While the service did not start out too well. The coffee was weak and she forgot to bring the cream, I had another wait staff take over and things really improved. They made me a latte, but if you are used to European coffees, it was still rather watery. They did not charge me for either coffee drinks. The soup was fantastic! It was a fresh tomato soup with creamy macaroni and cheese in the middle. I could have eaten that alone. The pulled pork was pretty good with some tangy coleslaw. This is a very pretty place to go and if anything go for the tomato macaroni and cheese soupMore
Date of visit: July 2018
MyriamH350, Owner at Myriam's Table, responded to this reviewResponded September 17, 2018
So sorry to hear about our coffee not being up to par. We were training new staff and the barista system has a learning curve. If you are passing through again please ask for Myriam and I will gladly make you a European style cappuccino...More