This is a nice little bistro in an intimate long, thin room with nice bar seating and about 12 (?) small tables. They dont take reservations, and on our last weekday visit the line up just before opening at 5.30 pm pretty much filled the place for the first hour. It is very popular with locals and the service is good. We had raw oysters, trout and braised beef. The dishes were all good quality, fresh, and nice sauces. We ordered an extra chard side dish to make up for the lack of vegetables included in the mains. The steak and frites (from previous visits) is very bare bones. They purchase from local producers on some of their items. This is an OK place for casual French style dining but nothing spectacular. Selection of good French wines by the glass is a strength (but no local choices) I prefer Cafe Brio which is comparable, has a bit more imagination in the kitchen, and takes reservations.
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