I forgot to review this from our visit last September-- probably all the wine tasting-- but wanted to add my voice that this is a wonderful little restaurant, and we look forward to another visit this summer. Note to self: Eat first, then taste much wine.
The restaurant is elegantly casual, with high ceilings and a lot of light coming in through the Main Street windows. Our young waitperson was friendly and efficient, and most important-- everything we tasted was delicious. We had the feeling we could have spent the whole afternoon there without anyone rushing us, just like in Paris. Standouts were the Moule Frites, which were offered with two choices of sauce. We chose the Galliano broth (I think it was), adventurous but very good. Even more delicious was the Pate, beautifully served on a curved plank in a glass jar under fat, accompanied by Asian pear slices and cornichons and terrific mustard and great bread. Tell me that doesn't make your mouth water! Save us a seat in July.
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