My wife and I went here for supper. We ordered the veggie asiago crepe and the cordon bleu crepe and caesar salads. The food was fresh and delicious. Though I think that the place lacked a certain ambiance that befitted the food, the French music carried me away. I think that the location has some limitations. That was alright for us as the food is always more important than the appearance of the restaurant. The proprietor correctly put the emphasis on the food. We had a delightful supper and wished that we had brought along a small bottle of rose to accompany the meal. We also wished that we were hungrier. Having had our fill, neither of us had room for a dessert crepe--and they looked delicious. We plan to return.
Word to the wise, the menu is much broader and greater in the restaurant than the one shown online.
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