Our hostess was very nice and gave us 2 glasses of rose. She also gave us a nice table but then our waiter was not very friendly which was a bit off putting. The food was not served as anticipated. The fois gras I ordered was warm and practically melting on top of a sweet sauce that was tasty but was far too much . Notably the arugula salad was quite good. They didn't have a menu for kids either but we got by with basic pasta with cheese. Not the most inventive. Wine served was average and the waiter served us the wrong glasses stating mine was the reisling but after taking just a tiny sniff could tell it was the Chardonnay my husband had ordered. Relating to dessert, they had a waffle on the menu but we're told they were out of it. As it was the first serving of dinner I inquired as to how it could be that they were out of it already. Our new waitress, why we had a new one I don't know why, said it was actually probably going to be taken off the menu because they've been out for a few days now. Oh and let me say we couldn't find our original waiter when it was time for dessert. In addition, the GM was obliviant to what was going on. We were however pleasantly surprised after ordering a dessert (Nutella crime brûlée, which is nothing like a real creme brûlée) and my husband who is French found it inedible, they kindly subtracted it from the bill. It was a mixed bag but after all was said and done and the bill was $140, it wasn't worth the experience.