We came for the setting -- a restored 1930s building full of Art Deco details -- and were happily surprised at the quality of the food. I had the garden bowl, and it was superb (I couldn't believe this was a chain restaurant). My husband enjoyed the chicken breast with cous cous. At other tables, I saw mostly locals (I think), not tourists, which is nice. The big windows let in lots of light. It was a little spendy (considering you order at the counter), but given the quality of the food, it was worth it I think.
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