Took my wife out for her birthday last night. Everything they served us was top shelf. The duck poutine, mixed mushroom tartine, and charred octopus were the hits of the evening.
I was particularly impressed with the mouthwateringly good mushroom tartine. I should note that I am a mushroom connoisseur and amateur mycologist who is tired of "wild mushroom" dishes that consist of ordinary white button mushrooms, cremini mushrooms, and portobello mushrooms-- all cultivars of Agaricus bisporus, and none of them wild. If you're lucky, cultivated shiitakes or oyster mushrooms might be included, which is better, but all too often, "wild mushroom" dishes are fraudulent. Not at littlefork. There were oyster mushrooms, which are tops for flavor in my book, and king trumpet mushrooms and beech mushrooms (shimeji) that gave it a firmer texture than your average mushroom dish. These are all cultivated too, but with their own delicious and different tastes and textures, and the restaurant bills them as "mixed" rather than "wild". A small thing, but one that speaks to their integrity and knowledge. I'd love to see what they could do with true wild species like porcini and morels when in season.
Prices are quite reasonable for the quality of food. Not much of a wine list, but the selections seem thoughtful and good value. We'll definitely return.