After having one too many Michelin-star French dinners over the last year of living abroad, this place sounded like it could offer something different than the norm. While it was definitely far more French leaning than Asian, we thoroughly enjoyed the way they used different Asian ingredients and spices to add some excitement - and went a lot lighter on the cream and cheese than the typical French restaurant. Everything was cooked beautifully and tasted extremely fresh, presentation was great and the prices were very fair.
We had a wonderful seat right in the front of the restaurant, and we loved how cozy the place was. It reminded us of the small places in NYC we loved so much. We also liked that the kitchen was right off the dining room, and while not a part of the dining experience you knew right where your food was coming from.
I found the hostess/waitress to be very friendly/kind - despite the fact that she was the only one working. Service was prompt but not rushed.
A lot of people came in during our dinner and were turned away - so be sure to book in advance. I'm sure it's far superior to any of the other touristy places nearby.
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