I came for lunch. Therefore, I was relegated to ordering from a limited menu. There was scenic outside seating available in shade. But I opted for an inside window seat, which allowed me to take in the view outdoors and to absorb myself in the ambiance indoors. The restaurant has class and charm. Colorful poster/paintings, which a waitress described as "French bistro art," adorned the walls. A nice touch, I thought. Wine racks held an impressive selection of fine wines from Spain, France , Italy, New Zealand, the United States, including Napa Valley, among others. Wine could be had by the bottle or by the glass. And there was a decent selection of beers.
I opted for a sandwich, the Curried Chicken Salad with "all natural chicken breast, curry aioli, toasted almonds, golden raisins, cilantro, arugula, tomato," on toasted multigrain bread. It was accompanied with a side of fries. The fries came with a small container of chili aioli, for dipping. The meal was tasty.
My waiter, Billy (?), was informative, attentive, and efficient. There was lively, pleasant music piped in. My waiter referred to it as "classic rock." The volume was just right: not so loud as to be annoying, but loud enough to wash out the background din.
A most enjoyable meal. I just wish the food selection had been more pervasive. That said, I'll be back.
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