I had read that this new restaurant in Fremont was quite good and wanted to try it out myself. I had a vendor in town for an installation on a robot that we had purchased from them and suggested we try it out for lunch. The first time we tried, we arrived at 12:30 and there was too long of a line and we had to go elsewhere in the time we had allotted. Fast forward to this past Monday and we were able to walk right in and get a table at 11:45.
The menu has a number of different sections and they encourage ordering and sharing family style. We ordered what might be the best croissants I've ever had and a chevre with bread for appetizers. Both were very good and I loved the jam that came with both - apricot I think, though my memory might be faulty here.
The asparagus we ordered as a vegetable was OK, but not anyone's favorite option. For the main courses, we tried the clams (again, an interesting flavor, but not anyone's favorite preparation), the chicken (absolutely fabulous and extremely moist), and the special of the day which was a homemade sausage (again, fabulous and perfectly spiced).
While each individual option is around $10 - $15, the ala carte nature of the menu means you should probably expect to spend somewhere around $25 per person for lunch.
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