Stopped here on a whim with my parents -- we wanted a lunch that was light and casual, but not cheap and disappointing. In particular, we wanted soup... so the French onion on the menu (this being a French bistro) enticed us in.
The place was PACKED (on a Monday! -- but it was a holiday) and the hostess seemed completely frazzled and overwhelmed. However, we were seated shortly (about 10 minute wait), and our waiter was very professional and pretty much a perfect waiter.. seems like he had years of experience, and did what he could to enjoy his job and treat it with gusto.
There are some items on the menu that are more "rustic" or traditional French items and not necessarily to my taste (such as pate, or bone marrow), but the variety was nice.
The prices were reasonable and the bread was pretty fantastic (I'm not always a fan of crusty French bread), as was everything we ordered:
Beet salad -- Good
Butternut squash and pear soup -- Good
French onion soup -- Good
Coq au vin -- Fantastic
Escargot -- Some of the best we've had; it takes a somewhat delicate touch to do escargot right. They are often drowning in butter or oil, or overloaded with garlic or other seasonings. Sometimes even chewy. These were tender, juicy, and had just the right balance of butter and flavorings.
Being a local, I will probably return, especially for a lunch, brunch, or happy hour...
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