Visiting the area on business I saw the sign and wondered if it was in fact French Cuisine. I was happy to find it was. The owner is French so he knows what he's doing. It's French dining as done in France with a charcuterie, plat du fromage and other goodies. I was very pleased. I ate there twice and brought a colleague the second time who asked why I hadn't brought him earlier. he had the Tuna and just raved over it. I had the Lavender Honey glazed Pork Chop and then the Veal Scaloppini. They were delicious. I was quite surprised that the portions were so large. That is one difference between here and the meals I've had in Paris. Cool! More expensive than say...Chili's, but worth it. They do have a tendency to sneak things in on you, though. The olives they offer are not gratis (7). If they offer a salad, ask! (my colleague payed 10). I got a complete meal with appetizer, Entrée and desert for $29.95. The service was very good and my guy was not intrusive. If I'm back in this area I will DEFINITELY return here. Tres Bon.
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