The other day my husband and I went to this French Bistro / Restaurant to celebrate our first wedding anniversary.
Unfortunately, it's hard for us to get over the prejudice that French food is mostly a white big plate … with some food on it but this place proofed us wrong. The portions are more than filling, each dish had its own splendid taste, and desert was to melt for.
It's a charming little place with little items and decorations everywhere that show the bistro has a history. The music reminds you of Hollywood movies in which an American visits Paris. I loved that.
Everything mentioned above wouldn't have made that much of an impression on us if the waiter and the chef had not been sweet and wonderful to us. We thank them for a quiet and beautiful first anniversary.