Dinner on January 14, 2012. This is a very small intimate Bistro in a small mall. Unlike many restaurants in Kelowna, there is definitely no view here. But the real reason to go is for the food. I had perfectly prepared Trio of Lamb while my wife had the tenderloin with green peppercorn sauce. She thought her dinner better than one she had recently had at a top-rated Vancouver restaurant. Service was attentive and friendly. The wine list was adequate for the size of the restaurant and was not limited to Okanagan wines. Curiously, there was no ice wine available to accompany dessert. In our case, chocolate cheese cake which was as light as a mouse and a Tahitian Vanilla creme brulee of perfect consistency. The only slight negative was a too acidic dressing on the tomoatoes accompanying the crab cake appetizer, but this is really nitpicking. I highly recommend this restaurant for those who love great french food.
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