We came for lunch and were delighted to find that you could order off both the lunch and dinner menus. The two of us split everything because we wanted to sample a variety of dishes. We started out with the charcutterie, which was the best I have tasted since I was last in France. Then we had a lovely spinach salad, before eating the mussels. The half-order of mussels mariniere were lovely and just as good as any I have had in Montreal, where they know their mussels and broths. By this time we were quite full so I can't comment on desserts or entrees, but we look forward to trying those when we come back.
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