Ambiance is very French with pressed tin ceiling, close tables for two, minus the cigarette smoke! Service is excellent. Food was above-average. Beet salad and Parisian burger were excellent, oysters were tasty and well-presented. Charcuterie plate was an A-, I've had much better house-made charcuterie at Garces Trading Company in Philly. Steak tartare was not so flavorful but a large portion; Bolete does it much, much better. French fries while authentic, were not crispy but limp.
I found some items to be pricier than expected (charcuterie plate and cheese plate) and others to be less expensive (steak tartare).
Overall, it's nice to finally have a French brasserie in the LV. I have high hopes that this place will smooth out any rough spots because Sette Luna is such a gem.
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