The title pretty much says it all. Is the food going to surprise you with creativity? No. Look elsewhere for that. But if you want a delicious, uncomplicated meal at a fair price, this is it. The wife had a Cajun chicken alfredo dish for $13--deliciously creamy and just as you would expect--but enough for two meals. And it came with a salad.
My almond-crusted chicken ($19) was also huge and tasty and came with a baked potato, veggies, and soup or salad.
The atmosphere is dimly lit, with French artsy posters on the wall. Free parking on the street.
When looking for it, be advised that the street numbers start over again at Main Street. (So from the Greenbrier, cross Main and look to your left after a block or so.)
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