Four of us had a 7:30 reservation for dinner on a Tuesday night. We arrived on time and our reservation was acknowledged. Unfortunately we had to wait 25 minutes before a table was available and another 15 minutes before our order was taken. They did serve a small cup of delicious vegetable soup as a starter, which we had not ordered. Whether this was standard practice or whether it was to offset our wait, I do not know. We thought it would have been a good idea to serve us a complimentary glass of wine while we were waiting. On the bright side, the food was delicious. The menu was not large, but the offerings were interesting and reasonably priced. The salad nicoise was a lovely and generous dish, enough for dinner. Same for the for the Coquille St. Jacques. The sole with a side order of spinach was well received. The wine list, appropriately, was mostly French, but fairly pricey - $26.00 and up. The tables in this relatively small restaurant were mostly set around the wall with the serving bar and a few seats in the middle. In order to have a table for four, either such a table had to open up or two adjacent tables for two had to become available, so it was a bit of crap-shoot for a suitable table. On balance, we liked the restaurant very much and would go there again without hesitation, hoping that the wait would be shorter.
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