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Posted by Ulises Rosales on 05/20/2010
One of the most disappointing restaurant experiences I've had. I ordered the Peppercorn Steak and there was a wide ring of grease all around the sauce, but I decided to not say anything. The server was courteous, but the music was too loud for a dim-light dinner.
Posted by I 'm french on 05/05/2010
I was first taken to this GREAT french restaurant by the French consul about 18 month ago. The food is great the sauces are incredible. My favorite is the foie gras. The contrast between the sauce and the foie is exceptional. This is most likely one of the best french restaurants in town for french loving food fans that know food.
Posted by jose on 03/21/2010
The foie gras had a great amount of very overpowering heavy sauce. Almost could not find it. The same with the swetetbreads. Lots of heavy sauce. What a shame. A great potential but the chef obviously likes strong overpowering sauces which destroy the flavor of the dish. Was hoping to find real french restaurant, but having been to dozens of them, this is really not one.
Posted by Just fantastic on 02/24/2010
I love this place they have so many special that is just incredible the foi gras and sea scallop is to die for i attended a wine dinner for $65.00 champagne and 6 different wines all paire with a dish it was incredible. the server are super nice and the chef very cool i ate sea urchin for the firs time great,the duck a l'orenge superb,and the souffle yumi i think the prices are very good for the quality of the food for 2 people with a bottle of wine we paid $72.00 for a first class meal i love the restaurant and the best thing is that as a go more often I'm meeting some of the regulars it has a great and comfortable feeling