My meals lacked any color. My whole plate was brown. The potatoes are overhyped and pair better with the mushroom sauce than the actual meat did. Although the veal chop was flavorful, it was also a nightmare to cut with their non-serrated knives. it was like I was in a battle with an already dead animal. That shouldn't happen. The redeeming factor was the foie gras [duck, not goose] and toast. Wow. It was very rich and very nice. It can definitely be shared by two people. Our waitress was very sweet and attended to all our needs regularly, while having good English and being polite. Overall, I think the food is way overpriced, and you are paying for the nice aesthetic/environment as well as the appeal of meat cooked over a grill. Which, if you're from USA and/or have a grill yourself, other cheaper restaurants/your own bbq should be much more value for your money.
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