Dropped by for an early dinner with no reservations and had the pick of the place. We chose to sit indoors as it was a little muggy and we had a nice corner table away from the bar.
We ordered our food and all of it was delicious. It was no-frills French cuisine without all the fancypants-ness that you associate with French restaurants, just simply presented good food. We had the gazpacho, duck rillettes and beef carpaccio, together with a basket of crusty baguette slices (actually, chunks) to go with everything. For mains, we ordered the pork cutlets and the veal. Everything was tender and well marinated and the gravies were tasty without being overpowering. For dessert we had a creme brulee, which was the largest creme brulee we've ever been served. Good thing we decided beforehand to share it. It was very good with a pleasant milky taste and a toothsome layer of burnt sugar.
The service was acceptable and efficient and the atmosphere was great and got more bustling as the evening got on and the restaurant filled with a multinational mix of patrons who dined at both the tables and the bar. Prices were very affordable as well. I think you'd be hard-pressed to find French dining of this standard at these prices anywhere else in the world.
When we were done we walked out to the shaded al fresco dining area to leave and it was a very lively and welcoming sight with all the tables filled with happy diners. Will definitely sit in the garden the next time.
One of the best French dining experiences I've had.