I can only give a modified review as I only had one dish and my dining companion did as well. She'd dined there before and asked our waitress to make sure there were some almonds in the dish as the previous time they were very hard to find. I ordered the steak frites and it was done perfectly as were thge fries, which I'd ordered "extra crispy". But looking over the menu, I thought many items were pricey: the onion soup was $10, the mussel appetizer $16,,etc. The bread was very bland and certainly not purchased from the nearby The Art of Bread, owned by Georges Perrier of Le Bec Fin fame. It is BYOB which is a point in its favor, but even without spending money for liquor, it's a pricey place to eat. Our waitress was pleasant and explained all the specials clearly. Service was good without hovering. The first thing I noticed was the condition of the menus: a very wrinkled page that looked like many people had used it prior to me. Since it's just a single page, I would think it wouldn't be too hard to run fresh ones on a copy machine.I felt like I wanted to wash my hands after handling it.
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