Charming small and cozy French restaurant. Attentive and polite waitstaff.Chef walks around and greets the guests. Tasting menu was the way to go inorder to sample the wonderful flavors this chef had oiffer. Fallen souffle was flavorful brie and goat cheese combination with a fruit compote. Lobster strudel was savory and light. Short ribs and Branzino for entrees were flavorful and the serving size just enough to leave room for dessert. Ganache chocolate mousse was rich in flavor but not heavy. Creme Brulee was not my favorite. It was too whipped creamy.I like mine more like an egg custard. All in all a charmingly delightful place for a special occaision. Be prepared to pay for this fine dining experience.
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