Under new management, the new menu is exceptional! It is not adhering to a strictly French menu, but the styles of preparation are all true to form and classic. The filet mignon with foie gras is great, but the veal chop on top of morel risotto is superb!
This is really a fine dining experience, much more so than with the previous menu. According to the new owners, the dishes are still in a bit of flux, but it will only get better. For instance, the lobster ravioli has changed from 3 smallish peices, to one larger piece with lobster meat on top, and there will still be some more additions to the menu in the future.
The slightly redone interior also makes a world of difference, I recommend the new patio seating for the warm summer nights.
Pros: great menu, classic preparation, nice seating choices
Cons: street parking only