This is French cuisine at its best. Nothing we order misses. It’s raining a deluge when we arrive, so we opt for a drying out drink at the bar first, which doesn’t faze the staff, even though the place is packed. They hold our table. The bartender understands immediately what a “gentleman’s portion” of scotch is. Once back in dining mode, we all order tuna tartare at the recommendation of the waiter. He’s right, it is outstanding. The “whole roasted” duck, wild mushroom risotto and dried Wisconsin cherry gastrique is actually only half a duck, fortunately, still a lot of food but beautifully cooked and crisply skinned. Given the size of the portions, the ladies order small appetisers for their entrée’s and enjoy white asparagus salad and Maine crab ravioli. We share a warm strawberry rhubarb crostada with crème fraiche ice cream. Our best evening out in Boston. Not cheap but not outrageous either.
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