The attentive staff filled our glasses often, and didn't rushus through the courses. A prix fixe menu (12.95-20.95 depending on entree) includes soup, salad, entree w/sides, coffee, and ice cream. The house red wine is $14 for a carafe, and very tasty. I chose the lamb chops (based on the recommendation of our waiter) which was delicious, and came with haricots verts, gratin potatoes, and mashed sweet potatoes. The soup of the day was a delicious split pea. My date had the French onion soup, which was also very good.
One table over was a large group of 14, all speaking French - a good sign! The food is very traditional French, not fussy or overly fancy, like some of the other French restaurants in the city. However, the plate presentation was beautiful when our entrees arrived! The atmosphere is cozy and unpretentious. We will definitely be back!
Pros: food and price, attentive staff, atmosphere