Went here last week on our last night in Charleston. We split many appetizers - a cup of onion soup and potato leek soup both were very good. We also tried the bone marrow appetizer which was spectacular - this is definitely a must try. The steak tartare was tasty as well, it was chopped steak and had lots of garlic, capers and lemony. The frisee salad was our least favorite because we felt that the dressing was too vinegar and it did not have enough bacon lardons. We also split the curry mussels which were delicious. The broth was pure perfection and not overpowered with curry. The service was definitely not warm and fuzzy but adequate. The waitress took our order and she showed up only to bring us our bottle of wine and then she disappeared only to pick up empty plates off our table without a word. Go for the food and especially the mussels. Very affordable and the restaurant itself was very large with a definite Parisian theme.
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