Went there for lunch with the boys in the search of Cassoulet. The restaurant hides down a narrow lane of Flinders, and is an airy, comfortable place. Was only 40% full while we were there. Which is a pity as the food is first class. On a par with France Soir, though a much more limited menu. The Cassoulet was enjoyed by all 5 of us, and was a huge dish of beans, confit duck leg and sausage. Reportedly the recipe of the Mum of the Head Chef ( Lionel-- who enjoys meeting customers!). Appetisers of a huge platter of pâté including an outstanding boudin noir. Excellent and well priced wine list. Service is friendly and under the watchful eye of the Maitre D. Not cheap.....$220 each, although to be fair, that did include a rather large wine component and some huge deserts. The creme brule could have fed 2 people easily. Nice Eau De Vie to finish, courtesy of the boss.