I came here for dinner with my boyfriend while the restaurant month deal was going on. $40 for a 3 course dinner to me is extremely affordable and worth trying. We ordered the same dishes, escargots for entree, lamb shank for main and the crème brûlée for dessert. The escargots were beautifully cooked in garlic butter. What I really loved about this dish was the fact they gave you bread so you can dip it into the butter after to make garlic bread, really made it 100 times better. Next was the lamb shank, the portion was massive but it tasted a bit dry. Still a good dish though. Lastly, the crème brûlée was probably one of my personal favourites. They flame-torch the sugar in front of you so you can see the sugar starting to caramelise. The flavours were incredible and it wasn’t too sweet! The service was great as well! Definitely a cute little restaurant that I’ll go back to.
If I want some authentic French bistro cuisine I would go here. The environment is rustic and everything about it speaks French: menu, sitting, paintings, lighting, music ect.. My favourite item on their menu is Le Canard du chef but once in a while I would go for other dishes.