The selection from the menu was great. I would say they specialized in Sourthern French Cuisine. The food was hot, and delicious. The menu is in French, but if you go when the owner is there, he speaks very good English and is happy to help you when you order. When his younger son is there, he is not so happy with the American that doesn't speak French well and the hospitality level drops. But the owner is wonderful and friendly. We had reservations for a large group, I think there were 16 of us. They have a cellar that they open up for groups. We thought we would eat there, but instead, we were upstairs in the main dinning room with tables pushed together which was fine. The Creme Brulee was the best I have ever had.
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