You may be a block south of South Street, but as soon as you walk through the door... you could be entering a bistro in Paris... and we've been in many of those in May '12 & '13... so we've got a pretty good standard to make that comparison. The decor... cozy chic, but what else would you expect.
We were here the night before an early flight out the next morning, so we were looking for something light. My wife started with a Kir Royale and I had a Kir Cassis. Instant France. The Salad Verts were fresh and lightly dressed. The Truite Muniere... cooked to perfection. The only problem here is that trout isn't the equivalent of the sole from the cold Atlantic waters that is the traditional dish. The accompanying veggies, especially the haricot vert (green beans) were crisp and sweet. We went with a small pichet of house white with our entree.
Add a cafe for dessert... and Voila... a little bit of France in Philly.
The service is friendly and attentive. The menu is an attractive mix of French specialties.
You probably can spend much more at some of the 'more' French local establishments, but you'd probably have to go to France for anything better.