Food was excellent, service was attentive, efficient and friendly.
A generally decent neighborhood french restaurant. The Easter Brunch pre-fix was a decent deal and the food was tasty. I had the steak tartare and my wife had the smoked salmon eggs. The portions were good sized and generally pretty tasty. I would go back
Great neighborhood restaurant! Always a good meal. Feels like you are in Paris.
I had the Salmon and string beans and that was the best Salmn I ever had. My husband's steak had a good flavor but he said it was difficult to cut and chew. The salad was quite delicious, too. The service was excellent; we would eat there again...for the Salmon.
I was very pleasantly surprised by the food; there's been a great leap forward since Bistro du Nord days.
Always consistent and good! Great onion soup & Pate. First class and polite and FAST
I went for Valentine's Day with my wife to this restaurant. It was our first time at the restaurant. It is a small restaurant with a cute layout. The food was good but over priced in my opinion. The waitress gave great food recommendations. We took our own bottle of wine and there was a small corking fee of $20.
Rather similar to Pascalou three doors down. Only sour note was the cost. I'm going to start writing down the prices given on the internet menu and holding places to them.
Delicious food as always. The Coq au Vin is better than in France and onion soup is to perfect for chilly weather. The only downside is that the tall blonde waitress seemed to rush us, even though plenty of tables were available.
Good French food accompanied by French music. Good place to take the family but make a reaservation because seating is limited but worth it.