Charming space; since it was a warm night, they had front door and louvered windows open, so the restaurant was nice and airy. Interesting menu, French bistro food with a bit of a twist, although a little limited in choices. Started with the rillette, as good as anything I've eaten in France. Entree was the evening's special, seared tuna on flageolet beans with greens - I cleaned the plate. Wife tried the salmon on crispy polenta, also very good. Service was efficient and friendly, and meal was paced very well. Only complaint was dessert - choices did not seem appealing, too complicated with strange-sounding combinations (e.g., chocolate cake with chicken-fat fried popcorn). Will definitely return - want to try the boudin blanc burger, and server says they have cassoulet in the fall!
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