So start with the fries, no matter what else you're going to get - you won't be sorry. They are perfectly crispy and very, very tasty. The pate plate is nicely done; the "beignets" of corn and bacon were flavorful, although the aioli needed a little more garlic and salt; and while the mussels were perfectly cooked, the broth was heavy on thyme, and the dish is oddly served without bread - you have to order a side of bread if you want to soak up any of the juices. Pasta dishes were good, the pasta is fresh and it was nicely al dente, but it appeared that the water had been oversalted, as the pasta itself was salty, not the whole dish. The carbonara was not typical, what with zucchini, snap peas, and chanterelles, but tasty nonetheless, albeit salty, and would have expected more eggy creaminess. The papperdelle with lamb sugo was good, and the flavors of the kale and butternut squash were distinct - very nice, but again, the salty pasta detracted somewhat. Desserts were delicious, and the wine list is not too extensive, but nicely priced and there's a good selection of wines by the glass. Service for the most part, was very good. All in all, a good value for the money.