I can see why this restaurant is rated #8 on TripAdvisor, but for us it was closer to #188 !
The ambiance, the location, the design and the other diners food looked fantastic.
My wife is lactose intolerant so there is always some 'adjustment' to be made with most dishes. She ordered a salad appetizer which was 'safe' except for the dressing which contained cheese. We asked for no dressing and simply some oil & vinegar. The waitress seemed a little confused and we suspected that all the salads were prepared pre-dressed. When the salad arrived we could not believe how little 'salad' it contained. Approx. 1oz of greens with some fig/tomato garnish. They said they had already dressed the salad, but we could taste nothing and were never offered additional oli & vinegar.
I ordered the foie gras mousse, which was delicious although a little deceiving. The use of the word 'mousse' means they have basically blended up a meat mixture which contains some foie gras. Something more akin to a smooth 'pate'.
For the entree my wife ordered a burger without the brioche bun (lactose). it was 'OK' but we were expecting a burger that was elevated over a 'chain' burger. This one wasn't.
I ordered the pasta with bolognaise sauce. It was VERY tasty but not a bolognaise sauce, as it contained a noticeable amount of red pepper seasoning, something which was not described on the menu. I enjoyed it, it tasted great, but it wasn't was described.
Add to the food 3 alcoholic drinks and we'd blasted through more than $100 ! for a salad, 'pate', a burger with fries and a bowl of pasta !
As I said, I feel our experience may not have been typical, but we're not sure that it merits a return visit.