Excellent job recreating the vibe of a typical French bistro; layout, decor, menus, wines...all good.
Even better, they got the important part right: the food is good. It's not "write home to mom" good but it's well-prepared, well-presented and very much worth the price.
We went for the Easter Brunch. This was not an over-the-top brunch array; it was pretty basic; cheeses, two types of house-made pate, salads, shrimp, simple breakfast fare and petits-fours all on buffet. The "proteins", portions of salmon, ham and lamb, served to the table with a side of veggies.
Nothing disappointed and the pate de campagne was a true star! Least appealing were the mains, the proteins, as it was late in the day and we were probably getting the ends.
That being said, it was a very good meal and the service prompt and attentive.
I'm heading back, that's for sure.
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