We'd heard good thinkgs from friends, and finally went ourselves. It's in a renovated townhouse, and on the small side (but not cramped). There is a groundfloor dining room and one on the next level up. The menu is limited, but solid with the french classics. We ordered the tasting menu, and enjoyed the foie gras, quenelles, daube au beouf, cheese, and apple tartin with cheshire ice cream. The staff were kind enough, and skilled enough, to properly pair wines for each course (on the fly). They were attentive throughout the meal, without being intrusive. We left full, satsified, and plesatantly surprised.
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