We have been to Bistro Jeanty many times, but it has been many years since we were last there. The main dining room was reconfigured and not quite as inviting. I think it has more tables now, which made it louder and more difficult to have a conversation. The food was good but not as spectacular as it used to be. I started with the bone marrow appetizer, which consisted of three good size pieces. One of the pieces was still quite undercooked because the bone was much thicker. The waiter, after saying it was probably fine, offered to cook another one. I declined, as I had had enough by then. Frankly, I’d prefer the dish to be two pieces for $10, rather than the three pieces for $14.50, as it is very rich. We both had main course specials – rack of lamb ($38.50) and Mediterranean sea bass ($31.00). The specials were written on a small blackboard, which was brought to the table, and the waiter described each special. There was never any mention of price, and we were a little surprised when we got our bill. Both dishes were tasty, and the lamb was very tender. I’m just not sure the prices were justified, as I would not expect these prices in a bistro setting. For dessert we had the bread pudding ($9.50); it was described as have raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries. It’s served in a bowl and has a lot of rich custard; again, it was tasty but had only 3-4 blueberries and one raspberry or blackberry. And, again, it could have been a smaller serving (and perhaps less expensive). The waiter was nice enough, but it did feel as though he did a fair amount of up-selling. We don’t mind an expensive meal, but the value needs to be there, and we didn’t feel that overall this was the case for our return visit. I think we might return again, but we would order differently.