Ate here for the first time before leaving on an exchange trip to France. I had the seafood crepe (delicieux!) with fries and house salad. Since returning from la France, I ate there with my French 12 class. Apparently many other French teachers have the same idea, so the family who runs the restaurant was more than happy to "parler francais" with us and engage us in simple French conversation.
The food is what you'd expect from your typical small-town French restaurant. I think a lot of people go in there expecting fine dining simply because it's French. The portions are quite small, but this is what typical French dining is: quality over quantity! Us North Americans are simply not accustomed to that. Yes, the food is overpriced, which is too bad. There are a few desserts and other starters I'd love to try, however, the price is what's barring me from doing so.
I'd definitely come here more often if they priced things more realistically, because the food is great! :)