We stopped in her for an early dinner following an afternoon movie. Reservations are HIGHLY recommended for dinner as this is a fairly small place. However, due to the unfashionable time we chose, we were able to get a table.
The Soup du Jour, a fabulous creamy cauliflower offering, was good enough to earn accolades from a someone who doesn't especially like that vegetable. The chicken liver pate that we selected for the table was excellent in my opinion, but did not earn unanimous approval.
The restaurant is well known for moules, that is, mussels steamed in a flavorful broth. That was the majority choice. I tried a cassoulet. Both dishes owed much classic French cuisine, but were clearly a California version. The moules came with smoked ham in the broth, for example, while the cassoulet was far healthier than the original.
This is definitely one of the best examples of California fusion in the area, with service that is hard to beat.
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