I never say "best ever" but the signature steak au poivre is, in fact, the best ever. In fact Alex (our excellent waiter) was shocked that we didn't finish it. I think we hurt his feelings but I rarely eat more than 4 ounces of meat at a meal these days and it had to be at least eight. "We" is my wife and I; our adult daughter had the rack of lamb, medium rare, and she raved about it as well. A bottle of 2006 Chateau Brane Cantenac Le Baron de Brane Margaux was perfect with both entrees and seemed about right at $100. We all had the exceptional foie gras. As a bonus, we were going to have Champagne with the foie gras but Alex suggested a Monbazillac (a sweet wine similar to a Sauterne)(not an upsell at $15/glass) and the two meshed perfectly. Ambiance was very bistro. The bill came to $450 plus tip for three with the above-mentioned wines and three glasses of champagne, which seemed about right for the quality, ambiance and service we received. WE would highly recommend it and would go again.
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