This is not a french bistro, but a very good -not fancy- argentinian restaurant. Other than the unfortunate naming, this is a good, fairly priced argentinian eatery, (milanesa: breaded veal/chicken, which my argentinian wife thinks is the best in town), churrasco (steak), etc. Their lunch prices are very, very fair. If you want bigger sizes, you can opt for the regular menu items (still decently priced). If you like argentinian food, this is a good place to try. I will be back.