We have dinned there twice, and have been pleased each time. For starters, we have tried the Assiette de Fromages (Cheese Plate) and the Beignet de Courgettes with Feta. The beignets blew us away. This is a MUST try dish. For our entrees, we had the Cepe (stuffed with seafood) and the Linguini ( Shrimp and andoullie sausage); we enjoyed both, but the Linguini was the solid winner between the two. For dessert we had the apple tart and Caramel custard-- they were okay.
Our second visit was for lunch, and we enjoyed the Proscuitto, Brie, and fig sandwich, the ham and cheese and egg sandwich, and a quiche Lorraine. Sandwiches come with soup, salad, or fries. We substituted the veggie soup for the French Onion soup (which they charged an additional $3 for-- not a nice surprise), and it was average. Overall, we really enjoyed both the food and the unique experience. We can't wait to go back.
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