We stumbled into this restaurant and were impressed by the hedge-enclosed outdoor patio, so we wanted to return. On a beautiful Monday evening, we decided to give it a try. The sun was setting, the weather was awesome, and the mood was right. We were welcomed to take any table as we were the first guests of the evening.
The wine list had many choices- we chose a lovely rose to suit the mood. The waiter brought a chalkboard of the specials of the evening. We requested a basket of bread to relax and enjoy the wine and the weather. They graciously accepted our slow-paced evening.
I am one of those pesky vegetarians, and I believe French cuisine is the toughest for those of my ilk. But the waiter recommended a vegetarian platter, while my sister ordered the sea bass; we shared a spring salad. The dessert selection was so tempting we wanted to start with those.
The sea bass was a generous portion served over a sweet potato base that my sister loved, except that the serving was so generous that she could only finish half. My choice was also delicious with ratatouille and perfectly cooked vegetables. I cleaned my plate.
We would have loved to try the desserts, but we were too full. I felt sorry for those guests who chose to dine inside on such a beautiful evening until I went inside. I was surprised to find it not overly air conditioned, as many restaurants are, and so intimate inside, with couches around tables, that I promised myself to return to enjoy the indoor experience as well. I would recommend this restaurant to all as a hidden gem in a shopping mall, that far belies its quality, service and ambiance.
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