I really loved this restaurant----great location in the South End, charming brick building, beautiful and cozy interior, lively atmosphere, fun music, good service. Food was generally quite good, but there were a few misses too. We started with an assortment of oysters---all were perfect and beautifully plated. Washed down with a nice Muscadet, this was the perfect start. I had the grilled peach salad, which was interesting but perhaps a little sweet for me. A friend's watermelon salad looked beautiful. I had the halibut for an entrée---the fish itself was mild, perfectly cooked and very fresh. The accompanying deconstructed ratatouille was beautiful, but underseasoned. The brillat savarin cheesecake with plums finished the meal nicely and was not overly sweet. All in all, a very nice meal in a charming and lively setting.
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