the dinghy entrance into the cozy second-floor restaurant was a bit off-putting; however, once inside, the rest of the night was magnificent. we sat in the covered patio, and the timing of the courses was swift but not pushy. our pleasant, attentive waiter recommended a fantastic bottle of wine to go along with both of our dinner entrees. i ordered the gazpacho followed by the seafood bouillebasse, both of which were superb. my partner had the steak tartare and the braised rabbit--the dishes were new experiences for him, but he seemed to enjoy both, especially the silky mashed potatoes served with the rabbit. overall, warm and intimate and highly recommended for a romantic (and affordable) evening out.