This is a cosy French restaurant serving fine food. My wife had the duck and I had the fish, both of which came with tasty accompaniments - scalloped potato for me and a lentil bed for my wife. Green vegetables cost extra. We declined. Wine was good but price a bit up there, at $14 for a glass of pinot noir. The ambience is softly-lit lounge and our waitress was efficient and friendly. We finished by sharing a creme brulee which, to our surprise, was cool but beautifully flavoured. A great alternative to the plethora of fried food in much of the Atherton region.
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