We like it a lot! The food is not cheap but worth it. Very tasty dishes in a rustic French surrounding. The service is attentive and overbearing. Only go here if you enjoy tasty French style food and do not want to gourge yourself on huge dishes.
If cholesterol is any concern, dine elsewhere.. The Scene Granted, the famed septuagenarian newsman Mike Wallace is a regular here, but he's also renowned as an avid tennis player, and can probably burn off a beef Wellington topped with liver pâté the next morning on the courts. So though it's true that a steady diet of the traditional French cuisine served here would harden anyone's arteries, a few sporadic visits to this low-stress, high-ambience spot might actually do your blood pressure good.
The Food The folks who dine here seem a loyal lot, decidedly over-50 and happy to return each year to Lyon-born chef Jean Dupon's menu of steak au poivre and shrimp Pernod. The mussels were tiny and tender. Entree portions were surprisingly small given the price, but a pan-seared salmon in lobster and cognac sauce still hit the spot.