This long standing French food restaurant has been a local favorite of ours for many years. This is our 2nd visit to this small intimate restaurant now under under new management with a chef actually trained in France who wants to get back to his roots. Although we have 2 French restaurants in our area, until now I was unable to find some staples of French cooking. Last night a group of 6 went for dinner. Among the specials was sweetbreads, a dish I have not seen or even heard offered in this area ever before. The order was placed, the large and as flavorful as I ever had elsewhere. The addition of this French staple to this local eatery was much appreciated. Kudos.
We all started with appetizers, ranging from salads to escargot, entrees ranging from lamb shank to sea bass, deserts from profiteroles to crepe suzette. All enjoyed a very delicious dinner. Only complaint was the tasteless rolls accompanied by excellent butter and a liver mousse. A restaurant that does food as well as the Chef's Table should offer good bread.
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