We were able to dine in the outdoors area (had a group of 7). It was very busy and reservations are recommended. The food was good - it was asparagus season and the portion of asparagus served with the meals was great. It is very traditional, so expect a traditional meal (decent size portions). If you are looking for nouveau cuisine, this is not the place for you.
The restaurant itself is beautiful and authentic. It is worth a walk through.
My only complaint was dessert - although there is a large selection, when I asked about ingredients due to a food allergy, the server indicated that she needed to check on the "box". I would have expected locally made or restaurant made dessert instead of dessert that may have been purchased in a store. I would advise asking which desserts were made in-house - likely the mousse and the strudel are made in-house.
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