The owner of this establishment is one of the nicest little Frenchmen you'd ever want to meet. We were lucky enough to come on a night when the restaurant was empty, which isn't often, so we had him to ourselves. He regaled us with stories about Alsace and we soaked it up. We had great discussions with him about cultural issues as well as about food. As for the food, it was very good. The opening amuse-bouche was a delicious duck in phyllo dough. The Alsacienne escargots were superb. My entrecôte was not prepared to my request (I said "à point" and it was "saignant"), but it didn't even matter. We had such a nice time chatting with the owner that I enjoyed it anyway. The prices were very reasonable and the food was top notch. Highly recommended!!
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