Village Bistro is located in a small strip of restaurants. The first time I went, it was great, but the second time was good, but I wasn't impressed as I was the first time. Maybe it's not very consistent.
The mussel appetizers are very good with the garlic butter sauce. I loved the blackened tuna the first time - seared on the outside and raw on the inside (like sashimi if you like sushi). The lamb was great both times. The one dish that made the second meal so-so was a fish that just didn't seem that fresh.
Dessert at Village Bistro is very standard and probably something you can skip and save for another place. I forgot that it was simple the first time, and remembered as soon as I got the second time. I'd say pile up on appetizers and don't save room for dessert.
The atmosphere is very nice inside and the food comes out fast. There's seating outdoors, which is nice if it's not too hot. Parking is limited.