We discovered this restaurant while visiting the bakery La Patisserie Chouquette across the street, co-incidentally owned by the same individual. Within a week, and having read great reviews, we were sitting in the upstairs dinning area, with a varied and interesting menu in front of us! First, the ambiance was intimate within a full room. Subtle colors and minimal decor, eclectic music that was there but not, allowed us to focus on our party and our meal. The staff? They know the menu. They know the wine list..... speaking of which, was incredible. Great varieties from all over the world, including such places as Romania, Hungary, Israel and of course, all European representations. The 4 course offerings were tempting, interesting and fun, making it very difficult to make choices. It was also varied enough that for my husband and I, who don't each pork or shellfish, there were plenty of other options. The cold eggplant soup was excellent! As was every course! The restaurant is not inexpensive but like any ultra fine restaurant, is an experience well worth the price. We will return!
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.