I suppose if I was more into French cuisine this place would hold more fascination for me. The staff is great, the location is great, and it's a quaint little place. The menu is interesting in that they do the traditional meals, or you can do a 3, 4, or 5+ course chef's tasting menu where you can sort of build-your-own from an array of dishes. You can also do wine pairings with the tastes menu, which is cool. For all of this wonderful tastiness, you'll pay dearly. Prices are fairly standard for an up-scale Bay Area restaurant, but I just wasn't enamored with the food.