The restaurant is a very small but quaint place. The escargot is superb, perfect balance of garlic and liquid to sop up after eating the perfectly cook snail. Unfortunately, the bread was the only bad thing in the restaurant, chewy and rather tasteless.
The tuna tartare was presented beautifully and the taste was succulent.
For main course, the artisanal pasta with truffles (chicken added as per my wife) was delicious. My lobster cassoulet was a perfect balance of fish and spices. A wonderful bouillabaisse!!!
The flourless chocolate heaven was excellent.
Other than the bread, this place is a keeper.
Prices are very reasonable for NYC in midtown near Times Square.
Will definitely return
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