The diner who expects to be seated, then be addressed by a waiter describing the specials of the day, will,be lost here. The diner must carefully examine the menu from the rack as you enter, then order the various dishes from the chefs and servers behind the food line. If you order an item that must be prepared, you are given a numbered wooden paddle to take to your table a await delivery of your choice.
Cesar salads are carefully prepared, soups and main dishes are individually prepared and delivered rather promptly. Wine, desert and other beverages are available to complement the meal. Make no mistake however, don't complain about the service, because there ain't any.. Merely the best French dishes available at any area restaurant.