Well, they aren't kidding when they say to reserve. The place really is tiny, but it makes the setting much more intimate and inviting. The ambiance was soft and warm and romantic, made you feel you were at a cozy dinner at your French friend's house. I went with 5 other girlfriends and got the benefit of trying everyone's dish. As for appetizers, the French Onion soup was good, as was the sausage and potato dish (though I wasn't as big as a fan as others). I got the mussels special as my entree, and it was very good! Very! Then the girls had the Bass, Lamb Shank, Duck and Steak, the latter two being my fav's of the night, but overall everything was very tasty. And filling. And the wine selection was good, but the price was affordable. And the desserts were wonderful as well. It really is a hidden gem. I'd say, if you're not into dining in over-the-top frou frou restaurants but you still want an over-the-top meal, go to 26 seats.
Pros: Warm and Inviting, Great tasting food
Cons: A wee bit cramped