I didn't believe the waitress when she told us that the serving portions are generous and meant to be shared. But she was right. What a wonderful thing to have generous helpings of exquisite food. We shared salads (espeically liked the Lyonaisse) then some classics: roasted chicken and steamed mussels. The chicken was perfectly prepared; moist inside with no hint of rubberiness. There is a nice selection of wines (mostly French) by the glass. The dessert menu is simple (two choices), but the creme brulee was among the best I've ever had. I didn't need a long dessert menu. The decor is casual chiche. There was relaxing, live music when we visited on a Sunday evening. Very nice. This is place I want to go back and visit the next time I'm in Chicago.