My wife and I have dined at Auberge Sauvignon twice. Once when under previous ownership around 2008, and once this month, under the new ownership. Both experiences were great. This restaurant will surprise you, as their attention to detail is superb and their execution of simple french country food is perfect.
I had the Duck a l'orange and my wife had the Filet Mignon. Both were perfect, including the sauces and sides. I had beef carpaccio as an appetizer, which was one of the best I've ever had (I have had many). My wife had the leek soup and she was quite pleased. The only negative thing I could say about the meal was that our bottle of red wine was a bit cold, which is a pet peeve of mine. The meal made up for it.
From a service perspective, it was not busy when we were there. Our main server did not speak English well (and shame on us, we don't speak French), but was very casual and friendly about it, and worked with his manager to ensure that he had everything right. The service was casual and attentive.
I would describe the atmosphere of this restaurant as warm, 'homey' and french-country, which matches it's delicious cuisine perfectly.
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