This is another restaurant with Americanized French food. I left with a full belly, but didn't feel that I had a French meal.
I took the mousse truffée, because it mentioned foie gras. By definition, foie gras has some consistency. I didn't taste it at all, in the mousse. That, by itself, was quite disappointing.
Again, the food was overall good, and the service was excellent. Unlike other "French restaurants" though, I didn't feel like I was back in France.
Around the corner is a more modest, but much more French restaurant, Julien's. If what you are looking for an authentic French restaurant with a much better price/quality ratio, it's the place to go to.