It is a bit off the beaten path, but worth the trip. We had dinner here last week and it was excellent. We were seated at a table with a view of the bakery and could see the bread being made. (There was also one baker, who seemed to be having trouble keeping his trousers up, but that's another story....) We began our meal with cocktails and the beef tartare and Wellfleet oysters and they were quickly consumed. The fresh fish special (tuna) was ordered by three in our party and they were very happy with it until they tasted my Steak Frites, which they thought was the standout entree. For dessert we shared the hazelnut cake and creme brulee. Our waiter suggested a really excellent bottle of red wine which had a wonderful silky texture, but whose name I cannot remember. Definitely look for this restaurant. You will not be disappointed.
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