Bit of a hidden gem. Not the cheapest but excellent and authentic French restaurant. Ate there midweek so was quiet, only 3 tables occupied. Service was friendly and prompt, wine list was adequate but the clincher was the food. We couldn't remember the last time we had escargot and they were as we remembered. Heaps of garlic butter and French bread to mop up with. Lapin was great, fish was flathead and it was perfect. Crepe Suzette, another wonderful trip down memory lane. The décor is that of a simple French restaurant but very well done. Ditto the menu. Didn't know about BYO so a bonus for next time. Well worth a visit if you like authentic French cuisine and/or have spent time in France.