We were drawn in to this restaurant by the chalk-board menu which advertised "authentic French food." The food was excellent - among the best meals I've ever had. We spoke with a local resident later that evening -- this restaurant was on her short list of favorites, so we felt lucky to have picked it.
There was a menu in English, and the waiters spoke perfect English as well. So if you can't summon much French at the end of a long day, you'll still feel comfortable here.
Due to the closeness of the tables, I would not recommend this restaurant for families with young children. (My teenagers loved it, however.)
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