Solid spot. Interesting crowd and mix for a French bistro, but the staff, the guests, everyone was a joy. It is quite unassuming, behind an unassuming facade. It's white cloth and near fine dining with fantastic service. It's crowded, and our table was located in a less than perfect spot, but they really do a fantastic job servicing you, and it was never a problem for our group of 4. For a french restaurant on Clement, they went the extra mile... a tasting menu that included sweetbreads as an app, filet with bone marrow, or duck breast, among other choices for the entree, and a wonderful array of desserts... creme brulee, a french toast, as well as a wonderful cheese plate for more than enough for two. I grabbed a Sauternes as well, at the close of the meal.... so you won't be disappointed for a aperitif to digestif french style coursed dinner. The wine list is accessible, without too much depth, so you won't be too stymied. It's should be easy to figure out, but I am sure they will offer assistance.