Arrived with a large group for a New Year's Eve dinner before hitting the town. Fairly extensive menu (see on their site), and I didn't hear anyone complain about the meal. The French Onion Soup was wonderful as were the other apps and dishes we enjoyed. Kitchen made a small mix-up with one of the steak orders, but promptly made a fresh steak to make up for one that was a little too well done for a friend at the table. Delicious dessert options too including a Quebec-style mini-caramel donut. Get it.
Example of the quality of food and service: Duck confit came with delicious mini-roasted potatoes. I felt like a little aioli would go well with it. They don't normally carry it with the dish, but I asked, the waiter said he'd get back to me, and within moments the kitchen had whipped some fresh aioli in response to my request, and it was fantastic.
Good wide selection on the wine list too, as should be expected.
The atmosphere is very relaxed and the decor is standard modern bistro hip. Good to go with friends or on a date for that matter.
Tip on going there: if you're staying at the big hill-top hotels (Hilton, Delta, etc.), it's a pleasant walk down the hill, or a very short cab ride. Hiked back up while others decided to cab it. On a busy night a fast walker will beat the lazy people in cabs. The food was so filling and delicious that the walk was a good call.
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