You know you are eating quality French food when the other patrons are speaking French... The food here is quite scrumptious--very fresh and very French. If you are deciding between the crepes, the wraps, and the sandwiches, go with crepes. They are delicious!!! My wife ordered the crepe version of the goat cheese/mushroom sandwich, and I ordered the sandwich version of the La Provencal. I definitely enjoyed the sandwich, but I regretted not ordering the crepes as soon as the plates were set down in front of us.
The layout of the restaurant is small and intimate. I wouldn't sit at the table nearest the restroom; the constant opening and closing of the door makes for an uncomfortable experience.
The service was wonderful until the end when no one would bring us our check. We guessed that maybe we were supposed to pay up front, but when we walked up to the register, the manager appeared confused about why we were there instead of at our table. In the end we paid our bill and felt satisfied, but the awkwardness was a sour point.
If you are looking for something other than a fast food joint or a Hispanic restaurant in the neighborhood around El Museo, this is your place! Go in to Yo In!
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