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Posted by gcn43 on 01/14/2009
This is one of our placesfor dinner, or a place to have a quick hors d'oeuvre and a glass of wine, or a place to wrap up the evening. So of course we thought it would be a great place to spend New Year's Eve. Well, our dinner came before they had whisked our appetizer away and before we had cut into our steak, the waiters were setting up for breakfast the next day. We finished as quickly as we could, having picked up on the "message" and beat it out of there at 11pm, skipping a planned dessert, and split of champagne. Too bad but you don't want to stay where you're not wanted.
Posted by rebecca on 07/10/2007
This restaurant will not disaapoint. The service was phenominal at both the bar and table, waitstaff really going out of their way to make your experience pleasurable. The steak rivals that of any of the premier steakhouses in the city. Don't miss the pomme frites!
Posted by firenze11 on 03/29/2007
Have nothing really else to say about this restaurant, literally though they have the best mussels in boston, period.
Posted by Chris R on 09/14/2006
This is a great french bistro. The service is great as is the bread you get with dinner. I love the ravioli appetizer but stay away from the steak with peppercorns. It is so tasty but they always seem to over cook the meat. For the dessert get the ice cream puff with the homemade chocolate sauce, best dessert in Boston.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/16/2005
Tthe onion soup is simply fabulous here. The salmon is equally delicious. The daily specials are often a great deal - and huge portions (especially Wednesday's cassoulet for $20) are often enough to share.