We were pleasantly surprised that our server knew his wines well and was not shy about recommendations. For starters, two of us took the beet salad that came with greens, blue cheese and pecans, a perfect combination; one took the tuna tartar that was apparently good but lacked seasoning; another one took the rillette de saumon which was ok served with crostini. As the main dish, three took the magret de canard and I took the rack of lamb. All noted that the meat was tender but could have been enhanced by seasoning or an accompanying sauce. Desserts were a hit. The crème brûlée is amongst the best I've had. The others were pleased with their choices. The meal was served over a three hour period with lots of waiting time. Overall, food is good, decor is dated and tables are quite close to each other but waiters are knowledgeable. Tip: if you consider sitting outside, note that the terrace is by a busy street.
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