We had reservations and were promptly seated in a Victorian era style ambiance. The decor is eclectic and the best part of the establishment. We ordered the mushroom appetizer and escargot appetizer. The mushrooms tasted bland but the cheese on top was tasty.The escargots tasted fresh but the butter sauce was thin and there was not a good coating on top. It seems that they were just broiled in butter with no thought to the top of them. The bread is excellent but you have to keep asking for more. We had a reasonably priced bottle of Bordeaux wine (2011) but it was much too young. The Beef Wellington was not propely prepared or sat in the kitchen too long. The puff pastry which encapsulates the Weloington was soggy and the mushroom sauce was bland. It came out cooked medium well when ordered medium. On the plate were green beens that did not taste fresh and slaw ehich eas obviously German. It seems the restaurant has a confused identity with some items (such as Bratwurst and Schnitzel from outside of Frane included as entrees. This is not fine French dining and those who imply so may have never visited France. The Duck was one of the worst portions I ever had. The quarter duck was overcooked and dry. The only portion provided was a thing and leg. Where is the breast portion? The duck did not taste fresh although the accompanying cheesy sauce was tasty. We had the chocolate torte for desert which was tasty but nothing exciting. The service was somewhat inattentive and we had to ask for additional bread three times before delivery. Service was well below par for a "gourmet" "French" restaurant. The rice was out of a box. The place is worn out and I admire the family for attempting to keep a tradition alive, but the spark which inspires great food is absent. We had a coupon, which I have only used 2 in my life. Everyone seemed to have a coupon. I don't wonder why as if I didn't have a discount on the meal, I would have felt more ripped off. We will not go here again.