One of the joys of living in this town is the ability to quite consistently go on explorations to discover great places to eat. This is one of those great places to eat. The quality of the food on both occasions that I have been there is quite amazing. Very correctly, they separate the traditional menu on the "La Tradition" menu, which includes the typical French classics and the "La Saison," which puts a French spin on things to create wonderful dishes, although the classification is not mutually exclusive. We were there one week ago with a party of 7 to celebrate a college graduation. The first time I went there (with my French class!), I had the "Moules Saint Jean de Luz" as an appetizer. Delicious! It can also be a main dish when ordered in a larger size. Very well done. I had the duck, "Magret de Canard aux Myrtilles." If you like duck, you will love this one! I have eaten duck in a few places, but this has to be one of the top duck dishes I have had. If you don't like duck, I suggest you put this dish on your bucket list! Absolutely great. This second time, in the spirit of always trying something new, I ordered the "Risotto de Homard." I had gotten a taste of this from my wife the previous time we were there and it was great. Imagine a risotto tasting of basil and of course green, with a very generous piece of lobster and a foam of lobster essence on top. I cannot say enough about this dish. You can also order as a main dish, and I just may do that next time. They have specials as well and I had the Cote de Boeuf with Bearnaise sauce. Very, very good! Don't forget the Profiteroles, puffs full of vanilla ice cream and topped with cholcolate sauce. I had to pass on dessert this last time and just opted for a Calvados. What can I say? If you are around here any time and want a great dinner, stop by. You will be glad you did.