This was our first visit to this wonderful new restaurant. We arrived around 1:30 for lunch and were promptly seated after being asked if we had a reservation. That surprised me a bit, as it is unusual to require a reservation this time of day.
The service was very friendly, as is the owner, Guy. The food was very good, I loved the French onion soup, it was a bit too hot however, I had barely been able to start on it before my meal arrived. The pasta of the day was a little fishy, but otherwise very well cooked and I was quite surprised at the portion. My husband had the couscous chicken which was very tender and flavorful, and also a very large portion. He also had a side salad that was very fresh and flavorful. We had plenty to take home, in fact the left overs fed three adults and two children along with a rotisserie chicken.
We sat near the front and saw 3 different kitchen staff come and go, which was odd, and I would have liked to be a little more immersed in French music and servers.
Otherwise, we were very pleased with a relaxing meal that was not rushed. Our bill came to $50 for 1 glass of wine, and two meals with soup/salad. Although a little pricey, I enjoyed the experience and will be back on a Thursday for cassoulet!
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