My wife and I were looking forward to visiting the Jean Bonnet Tavern. Read some of the reviews and thought we would like the place. It is quaint, but it is like eating in someone's stone basement. No windows. The bar upstairs has windows and actually is quite attractive. They should look at moving the restaurant upstairs and the bar downstairs. The food was ho-hum. I ordered the lamb stew and there were 2 pieces (about the size of a quarter) of lamb in the stew. I am not sure it was lamb. It may have been beef as I have not seen lamb stringy. We were told by the waitress not to order the oyster pie as there were hardly any oysters in the pie. I guess the chef thinks that frugality is a good quality of a chef. My wife had the steak which was good, but nothing to get excited about. I would give the place 2 stars. Not anywhere near the 5 star rating that some have given it.
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