For our anniversary we followed the recommendation of a relative and ate dinner at Voila. The service and the food at this French restaurant went well beyond what we expected. They offer French cuisine in a setting of modern furnishings and Moroccan-influenced art. We began with a French vodka gimlet and a glass of Cabernet. To whet our appetites the waiter presented an amuse bouche of cheese, caramelized onions with a balsamic reduction on crostini. We followed with an appetizer of oysters on grilled rustic bread with sun-dried tomato cream sauce and bacon. Your mom ordered sole meurnière over risotto with roasted Brussel sprouts; I could not pass up the paella, which included chicken, calamari, fresh catch, as well as shrimp, clams, and mussels. The waiter knew the menu as well as the history of the of the delicate wire light fixtures and the art work on the walls. The food was excellent as was the service. We would return in a heartbeat.