I had dinner here with a co-worker.
The restaurant is in a small alley that is lined with European-style restaurants. It was a pleasant evening, so we sat outside.
We both chose the fixed price menu with unlimited wine. Both the white and the red house wines are better than one would expect. We drank a considerable amount, and our server always cheerfully refilled our glasses without prompting.
I started with the cream of asparagus soup, which was beautifully textured and very elegant. For my main course I had the rabbit in mustard sauce, which was subtle and delicate. Instead of dessert, I paid a $5 upcharge for a small cheese plate, which was very good. My colleague enjoyed the French onion soup, beef Bourguignon and Pavé chocolate crème brûlée.
Our server, who was from France, did an outstanding job of taking care of us. He cheerfully substituted the starches that came with my rabbit for spinach.
I would absolutely eat here again. At $49, the fixed price three course dinner with unlimited wine is an incredible bargain.
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