This restaurant turned out to be a very pleasant surprise. Wednesday night, 7:00 PM with reservations, the restaurant was fairly full, but not packed. The food was excellent. I started with escargot. The best I have ever eaten, anywhere, anytime, including Paris. The major difference being that these were not overwhelmed by the taste of garlic. Next was a wonderful dish that one does not associate with French bistro cooking, but I couldn't resist ordering it - the gratin of macaroni with bacon and gruyere. Fancy name for a mac and cheese, and it was heavily heavenly. The wife had the shrimp Provençal to start with and the sautéed salmon with lentils as a main course. She was very pleased with both. We split an apple bread pudding for dessert. Delicious.
The wine list is entirely French and is very inclusive. The only complaint is that the by-the-glass selection is limited. I had a decent but not wonderful Bordeaux.
The service was friendly and attentive. The atmosphere is cozy, an old house with lots of photos of French actors, etc on the wall.
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