The food is average, and combined with expensive pricing results in a "poor" rating.
We enjoyed the french onion soup (vegetarian) which was also prepared gluten-free. The gluten-free rolls were excellent. The regular bread was unimpressive. The portion size was small for the price, but appropriate for an appetizer (think cup instead of bowl). We also had the 2 salads and the steak tartare. Compared with the main courses, the steak tartare was reasonably priced. It came pre-mixed and was tasty (medium spice level was a too hot for my friends' tastes). The salads were fine, nothing special.
We were able to combine our Valhrona souffle order with another table to meet the minimum order of 4 (they are individual souffles). The souffles were very, very light and nice a crispy on the edges (crusty sugar). We thought they were very good.
The bathroom was a bit odd with very dated decor and no towels or any way to dry your hands, just some kleenex. The noise level was fine. Even though a very large party was in the center of the dining room we could easily hear ourselves.
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