I went to this restaurant because of reviews I read online. If you weren't specifically looking for it, you could easily walk right past the low doorway of Le Mas. We got there as two chic elder ladies were leaving. They seemed to know the owner because they each gave him a peck on the cheek on the way out. Our servers was very attentive and playful with my 6 year old daughter. I started with escargot, which were not in the shell, yet still very tasty. My daughter had the turnip and carrot soup du jour, which was a deep bowl and creamy. I ordered the garlic shrimp and filet mignon, which was cooked to perfection and a healthy portion. My daughter had the salmon, which was also cooked just right, although the lemon-something sauce did not really get along with the carrots which were the side for the dish. Nevertheless, the fish was really more than enough to satisfy on its own. I think they may have guessed she wasn't going to eat the vegetables, because they brought us a complimentary side of french fries (the real potato, cut, fried kind). Then it was on to the dessert. My daughter chose the profiteroles, which I had read were nothing to write home about (ironically, since the reviewers DID write about it), but I believe in individuation so I did not press the issue and let her figure it out for herself - she did. Instead, I got the chocolate mousse, which was heavenly, and enough to satisfy my sweet tooth and let her make up her losses by sharing. We both thought the dinner was great, but it really was the service that went above and beyond. Everything came out in a timely manner, there was no wait in between courses, and we never felt rushed. I am considering going back soon because I heard the table next to us raving about one of their dishes that I didn't get to try. Looks like they have a very varied menu. I would really recommend this place if you are in town.