After reading the NY Times article that featured Au bon Vivre I went with high expectations. In a word I found it to be "spotty". The service was okay, sometimes there and sometimes not. The food was good, but not VERY GOOD, based on other food we enjoyed while in Guadeloupe. I ordered a tuna steak that was served almost raw. I asked for them to cook it some more, it was returned totally over cooked. The atmosphere was wonderful. I am going to chalk up our experience to an off night and hopefully return in the future for another meal.
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