I'm from Louisville, KY originally which boasts the fleur-de-lis as its symbol (sorry New Orleans, it's not just identified with you). The setting for this restaurant is a charming old home in a residential area of Memphis, just two doors down from a busy street, so it's not hard to find. We were seated in a cozy little dining room with 4 tables and our server was fantastic. I wish I had gotten her name, because she was so very good at her job and she was fun. We ordered a round of cocktails that were made to our specifications. My husband ordered a Pimm's Cup, which is actually on their cocktail menu, and he said it was the best Pimm's Cup, he'd ever had. Our server explained the menu for us backwards & forwards and told us we could order a la carte off the 3 course menu. For appetizers we ordered the Blueberry Foie Gras, the bone marrow (from the 3 course menu) and their variation of a lobster roll. They were all delicious and beautiful, but the foie gras was our favorite and the marrow and close second. For the entree round, I ordered the raviolo with a dish of brussel sprouts. My friend ordered the fluke and my husband ordered the duck breast. All were exceptional. The Executive Chef came out to ask us how our meal was, and was seen hanging out in the restaurant later making sure everyone was happy. I overheard him talking to a couple from New Orleans and he seemed very personable & down to earth. He even helped me find my way to the restroom, when I walked down the dim hallway to a find a series of unmarked doors. Even the bathroom in this place was charming! For dessert we shared a Mississippi Mud for dessert topped with homemade marshmellow and a side of nutty ice cream. This certainly won't be a meal we'll forget any time soon.