My spouse and I started by ordering a bottle of their mid priced Chardonnay to start our meal. None were available except the highest priced- which was still drinkable but was 5 years old! We next ordered the french onion soup to start. The soup was served in a desert bowl and lacked any flavor or finesse of a true french onion soup. We next had a main course of pheasant with orange sauce and quail in apple cider. The orange sauce tasted like vinegar with a hint of orange flavor. The pheasant was so tough it was difficult to cut.The quail was so small that it was streching it to be called a main course. The only connection to apple cider were the two half cooked slices of apple served with the brown thick gravy which would have been more appropriate with pot roast. We called the waiter and informed him of our displeasure who in turn sent out the "chef." He basically shrugged his shoulders and offered no aplogies. My wife and I are from NYC and know good food. This place is a disgrace to the reputation of French food everywhere. I don't know if the chef had been changed since the other reviews -but "cook" is stretching his culinary expertise! Diners beware!!
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