We enjoyed our meal, sat at a corner table by the window with a view on week-end night strollers. The décor is pleasant and the service friendly. The meal started with black olives that the owners bring from the south of France and spice them with fine herbs also brough from France. It is served with glass picks. A nice touch. The bread in he basket was not wrapped warm. We each took a glass of house white wine which was quite good. My friends soup was good. My goat cheese on a toast not impressive. We ate fish which was cooked just right and very tasty. We were surprised about one of the vegetables Bok-Choi - a bit unusual for a French restaurant, and it was limp (over-cooked). the rest was very tasty. The Crême Caramel was good. The desert coffee my friend chose was good. A nice touch are the dishes with floral designs from the south of france. Quite pretty. This is not the run of the mill restaurant one goes to unless it is a special occasion. If you have budget restrictions, it would not do to calculate from the first dish so that you do not go over $100 total. We totalled $84 without the tip.
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