Not a regular at French restaurants but headed out to this place when in the area, on a Saturday night.
Could have just eaten off the entrée list all night - but were limited to sharing Onion Soup and a Goat's Cheese and Honey in Filo. Both superb. My wife had the Beef Bourguignon and it was everything it should be - and a very generous serve with a fantastic pastry top. I went for the Beef Tartare, which was fine - though the "condiments" offered on the menu turned out to be a bottle of tabasco popped onto the table before it arrived.
Service was a bit hit and miss - mainly because we were in a room upstairs with no other customers in it, and so staff had to remember to look in at us. So it took a while before they got into the habit of checking on us for drinks. Sitting in an empty room for much of the night (others did come in later) also took a little away from the ambience.
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