My wife and I ate here three times during a recent visit to Cleveland. We loved this restaurant. The charcuterie platter was scrumptious (especially the chicken liver mousse); the frisee salad with lardons and poached eggs was conforting; the cassoulet with braised white beans with lamb, duck confit and sausage to die for; the skate wings were good and the roasted cod with spaetzle, sauerkraut, creme fraiche and cornichon aoli was one of the best cod preparations that I have ever had. The only dish that did not hit a home run was the braised leeks with mustard sauce, which was uninspiring.
The restaurant has a cozy, inviting atmosphere with a number of roooms, one with a roaring fire that warmed the soul on a cold December night. The service was attentive and friendly.