My wife and I stopped here on the way to Tennessee for Xmas. It was pretty crowed for lunch, but we were seated promptly. I had a Bloody Mary that was pretty good. The french bread and heavy butter cream butter was excellent. We both had the prix fixe lunch...appetizer, entree and dessert. I had the soup de jour which was a rich, thick mussel and saffron soup...almost a bisque. It was excellent. She had a salad with butter lettuce, apples, goat cheese, procuitto....she said it was very good. We both had the steak frites, which was probably flank steak, very tender, cooked rare as we asked, plus very rich tasting (duck fat maybe) frites. It was excellent. The dessert was a trio of a sorbet, a chocolate mousse and a creme brule. It was also excellent. Price was $22. Decor was very nice and authentic, service was good......very fine experience.
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