Desole-sorry! This is not a true French bistro, neither the menu, nor the cuisine. They do not even offer a choice of crunchy baguette, neither play French music! However, all the staff is very pleasant, efficient, and courteous.
We tried the crab cakes that were delicious with a refined taste of fresh crab, the boeuf bourguignon was average with a sauce that was far too strong, more like a coq au vin sauce, and the chicken had nothing special and could have been served in any cuisine. The last disappointment was to be served a burned Tarte Tatin. It is odd that they missed it in the kitchen since the tart is baked upside down, therefore, when you take it out of the oven the top is the crust!
Still, everyone was very very gracious, accommodating, and apologetic. I may give it a second chance.
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