My husband and I decided on the spur of the moment to have lunch here. The restaurant was buzzing at noontime (even in August?) and we had to wait a short time, but it was certainly worth it. Nice table, not in a crowded part of the restaurant. The waitress was lovely and helpful. We had the meal of the day, Fricasséed Chicken, and Steak Tartare. My husband said it was the best chicken he had ever had. The tartare was delectable and the bread to go with it superb! The french fries were really fun! The wines very acceptable also. For dessert we shared a pan of hot Burlat cherries cooked in port wine with vanilla ice cream. Yummy. The lunch crowd had diminished as we were finishing up and we went away satiated with full intentions of returning!
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