This is a fine dining establishment, and menu prices are medium-high with most entrees in the $25 - $30 range.
Service was polite but very slow.
There was one error in our orders, but that was quickly rectified.
Prices are a bit high.
The bouilliabase was satisfactory.
The duck confit salad, while containg sufficient duck, contained ordinary roasted duck, not duck confit.
The dipping oil had just the right amount of Pesto added, but table breads were of poor quality.
The French Onion Soup was good, but lacked any hint of the requisite sherry. It was not overly salted.
This establishment has a five Star Wine Bar, replete with a giant mirror.
The ambiance is very good but for the fact that we were seated near the open kitchen and the entire dining area was too warm for comfort, while the bar area was nicely cooled.