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Posted by lisa on 05/12/2006
Wonderful little place for Sunday brunch...I felt as though I was transported to Europe. The atmosphere is great, very open and airy. The service was a bit slow, but we were enjoying ourselves, so it wasn't the end of the world. Great food, good quality ingredients and interesting items on the menu.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/09/2006
I am not sure what the reviewer below was saying about the service being slow. Our server was awesome. He was attentive, informative etc... and really made the meal even better. My friend and i each had the goat cheese and carmelized onion tarte to start. Flaky and fabulous. I had the duck very good and she had the salmon with lentils, also an excellent choice. The vibe was upbeat, the service was great and food great. Welcome to the neigborhood
Posted by Gwendolyn on 05/08/2006
The food was wonderful when it arrived, except for the poached eggs, which had solid yolks. When the replacement was brought, the Eggs Petatou were exquisite. Service left a lot to be desired: drinks took forever to arrive, water was never refilled, although our server was unfailingly polite throughout the meal.
Posted by James on 04/27/2006
A great addition to our neighborhood! Have been there about a couple dozen times due to the the addiction of the wonderful Alsacian flavors provided by this group who really know how to run a restaurant.My favorite dish has been the Choucroute de poissons (yes fish!) soooo delicious. They have specials for appetizers and dinners daily which have been all very good. They make thier own bread I'm told which compliments the meals perfectly. Generally 2 somoliers roam the room helping with any questions on wine or beer pairings. Try it! But please leave a seat for me!